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1969 



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NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH 

April 1969 



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FOREWORD 

jsic Data Relating to the National Institutes of Health, first compiled in 1954, has been issued 
nually since 1961. Single copies of the current number are available from NIH information 
fices. 

lie reorganization of DHEW health programs in April 1968 added two major organizations to NIH — 
e Bureau of Health Professions Education & Manpower Training and the National Library of 
idicine. These are included in all NIH data for FY 1969, but not FY 1968 unless specified. Ail 
H data for FY 1967 and thereafter exclude the Notional Institute of Mental Health, which be- 
ime a separate bureau in January 1967. See "History" for other major organizational changes. 

pplemental awards, unless otherwise noted, are combined with their parent awards (or with 
(her supplements) when both are made from the same fiscal-year funds. 

:ientific evaluation grants are excluded from all tables showing award data. 

oilers and percents may not odd to totals because of rounding. 



Glossary of Abbreviations 

ADA Associate Director for Administration 

BHPEMT Bureau of Health Professions & Manpower 

Training 

CC Clinical Center 

DAHM Division of Allied Health Manpower 

DBS Division of Biologies Standards 

DDH Division of Dental Health 

DEHS Division of Environmental Health Sciences 

DERR Division of Education & Research Facilities 

DGMS Division of General Medical Sciences 

DHMES Division of Health Manpower & Educational 

Services 

DH Division of Nursing 



DPM Division of Physician Manpower 

DRFR Division of Research Facilities & Resources 

DRG Division of Research Grants 

DRMP Division of Regional Medical Programs 

DRR Division of Research Resources 

DRS Division of Research Services 

ED Engineering Development 

FIC John E. Fogarty International Center for Advanced 

Study in the Health Sciences 

GR&S General Research & Services 

GRS General Research Support 

ICMRT International Center for Medical Research & Training 

l/D Research Institutes & Divisions 

NCI National Cancer Institute 

NHI National Heart Institute 



NIAID National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Diseases 

NIAMD National Institute of Arthritis & Metabolic Diseases 

NICHD National Institute of Child Health & Human 

Development 

NIDR National Institute of Dental Research 

NIEHS National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences 

NIGMS National Institute of General Medical Sciences 

NIMH National Institute of Mental Health 

NINDB National Institute of Neurological Diseases & 

Blindness 

NINDS National Institute of Neurological Diseases & 

Stroke 

NLM National Library of Medicine 

OIR ...-Office of International Research 

R&D Research & Development 



CONTENTS 

Medical Research — The National Scene 

Page 

Medical Research as a Proportion of the Nation's Health Cost, 1950-68 1 

Medical Research as a Proportion of All Research and Development, 1950-68 2 

Sources of Medical Research Funds, 1949-69 3 

National Support for Medical Research, 1944-69 4 

Funds Obligated for Medical Research by Source and Performer, 1969 5 

NIH Funds as a Proportion of Nation's Medical Research Support, 1969 6 

Federal Support for Medical Research, 1949-69 7 

Federal R&D Dollar Distributed by Performer, 1969 8 

NIH and Federal Obligations for Research and Development by Performer, 1968-69 9 

NIH and Federal Obligations for Research by Field of Science, 1968-69 10 

Nation's Health Manpower, 1968-75 11 

Manpower for Biomedical Research with Distribution by Degree, 1965-85 12 

NIH Appropriations 

Growth and Functions, 1955-69 13 



Consolidated Appropriations, 1955-69 
Appropriations, 1969 
Funds Available for Obligation, 1969 
Funds Available for Obligation, 1969 
Funds Available for Obligation, 1969 
Funds Available for Obligation, 1969 
NIH Obligated Funds by Function, 1955-69 
Funds Obligated for Research, 1955-68 



Total NIH 

Research Institutes and Divisions 

BHPEMT 

NLM 



NIH Awards 



Page 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 



Grants and Other Awards by Year and Type of Award, 1955-68 22 

Grants and Other Awards by Type of Award, 1968 23 

Grants and Other Awards by Institute or Division and Type of Award, 1968 24 

Research Grants by Category, 1967-68 25 

Research Grants by Kind of Recipient Institution, 1967-68 26 

Research Grants by Discipline/Field, 1967-68 27 
Research Grants to Domestic Institutions of Higher Education by Major Component, 1967-68 28 

Grantee Expenditures of NIH Research and Training Grants, 1966 29 

Percentage Distribution of Research and Training Grants by Dollar-Award Intervals, 1968 30 

Research and Training Grants by Dollar-Award Intervals, 1968 31 



Page 

Research Grant Applications Reviewed, Approved, and Awarded, 1963-68 32 

Award Rates for New Research Grant Applications, 1964-68 33 

Training Program by Type of Award, 1963-68 34 

Number of Persons in Training Programs by Institute or Division, 1968 35 

Number of Persons in Training Programs by Field, 1968 36 
Number of Trainees Supported Under Training Grants and General Research Support Grants, 1968 37 

Grants and Awards by State and Type of Award, 1968 38 

NIH Staff, January 1, 1969 

Total Staff 41 

Employment by Occupational Grouping 42 

Functional Distribution of Personnel (Percentages) 43 

Functional Distribution of Personnel (Numbers) 44 

Professional Staff 45 

Professional Staff by Type of Doctorate and Discipline 46 

History 

Chronology of Important Dates in the Development of NIH Programs 47 



MEDICAL RESEARCH AS A PROPORTION OF THE NATION'S HEALTH COST 

1950-1968 




MEDICAL RESe 



IS BILLION 

% OF T0T4L HE4LTHI 



FEDERAL SHARE OF 

MEDICAL RESEARCH SUPPORT 

(IN MILLIONS) 





MED 
RES. 


FED 
MED 

Rao 


% 


1950 


Sl6l 


$73 


45 


I96B 


2173 


1589 


64 



MEDICAL RESEARCH AS A 

PROPORTION OF ALL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 

1950-1968 

1968 EST. 




MEDICAL RESEARCH 



$2.5 BILLION 
10% OF TOTAL 



MILLIONS 
$ 2000 



SOURCES OF MEDICAL RESEARCH FUNDS 
1949-1969 



$65 $82 



$119 $118 





1949 1954 1959 I964" igsgEST* 

"non-feder«l data are not strictly comparable with those for prior years, as coverage has been improved. 



NATIONAL SUPPORT FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH, 1944-1969* 
(Obligations in millions) 



Source 


of funds 


1949 


1954 


1959 


1964 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 est. 


1969 est. 


Total 




$147 


$237 


$648 


$1,652 


$1,841 


$2,056 


$2,264 


$2,473 


$2,635 


Government 




65 


123 


368 


1,099 


1,229 


1,377 


1,524 


1,658 


1,750 


Federol 




65 


119 


351 


1,049 


1,174 


1,316 


1,459 


1,589 


1,677 


State and local 




n.a. 


4 


17 


50 


55 


61 


65 


69 


73 


Industry 




48 


61 


190 


400 


450 


510 


565 


635 


700 


Private support 




34 


53 


90 


153 


162 


169 


175 


180 


185 


Foundations av 


d health agencies 


20 


30 


49 


88 


92 


94 


98 


101 


103 


Other private contributors 


n.a. 


n.a. 


10 


22 


25 


28 


29 


30 


31 


Endowment 




14 


16 


19 


19 


19 


19 


19 


19 


19 


Institutions' own funds 


n.a. 


7 


12 


24 


26 


28 


29 


30 


32 



* Covers only medical and health-related research; training and construction are not included. Non-Federal data 
since 1964 are not strictly comparable with those for prior years, as coverage has been improved. 



FUNDS OBLIGATED FOR MEDICAL AND HEALTH-RELATED RESEARCH 
UNITED STATES- 1969 EST 
BY SOURCE BY PERFORMER 





$2.6 BILLION 



$2.6 BILLION 



NIH FUNDS AS A PROPORTION OF NATION'S MEDICAL RESEARCH SUPPORT 



NON-FEDERAL 



NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH^; ^ 

34% 4!^ FEDERAL 




1969 EST 



FEDERAL SUPPORT FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH, FY 1949-1969* 
(Dollars in millions) 



Department 


1949 


1954 


1959 


1964 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 Est. 


Amou 


t Percent 


Amount Percent 


Amoun 


Percent 


Amount Percent 


Amount Percent 


Amount Percent 


Amount Percent 


Amount Percent 


Tolol 


$65 


100.0 


$119 


100.0 


$351 


100.0 


$1,049 100.0 


$1,316 100.0 


$1,459 100.0 


$1,589 100.0 


$1,677 100.0 


AEC 


17 


26.2 


26 


21.8 


44 


12.4 


78 7.4 


90 68 


96 6.6 


95 6.0 


99 5.9 


Agriculture 


4 


6.2 


6 


5.0 


15 


4.3 


28 2.7 


45 3.4 


45 3.1 


46 2.9 


46 2.7 


Defense 


9 


13.8 


21 


17.6 


32 


9.1 


86 8.2 


119 9.0 


118 8.1 


114 7.2 


120 7,2 


DHEW 


31 


47.6 


59 


49.6 


238 


67.8 


753 71.8 


925 70.3 


1,051 72.0 


1,133 71.3 


1,196 71.3 


NIH 


(25) 


(38.5) 


(49) 


(41.2) 


(212) 


(60.4) 


(651) (62.1) 


(791) (60.1) 


(812)5 (55.7) 


(864)* (54.4) 


(888)5 (530) 


NASA 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


41 3.9 


75 5.7 


82 5.6 


109 6.9 


114 6.8 


NSF 


- 


- 


1 


0.8 


3 


23 


23 2.2 


14 1.1 


14 1,0 


21 1,3 


22 1.3 


Transpoftotionl^ 


- 


- 


J 


- 


t 


- 


3 0.3 


2 0.2 


2 0.1 


17 1.1 


20 1.2 


VA 


4 


6.2 


5 


4.2 


13 


3,7 


33 3.1 


41 3 1 


45 3 1 


46 2-9 


50 3-0 


Other 


- 


- 


1 


0,8 


1 


0.3 


4 0.4 


5 04 


6 04 


8 0.5 


10 0.6 



i FAA for oil yec 

on $500,000. 

s BHPEMT onti ^ 



■ 1968 ond 1969. 



FEDERAL R 8 D DOLLAR DISTRIBUTED BY PERFORMER, 1969 EST. 




ALL OTHER iC 



MEDICAL AND HEALTH-RELATED 
($L7 BILLION) 




An. FEDERAL RESEARCn 8 DEvElOPwE™ P* 
($17.3 BILLION) 



•the research centers administered by INDUSTRIAL FIRMS, UNIVERSITIES, AND OTHER NONPROFIT INSTITUTIONS ARE 
ATTACHED TO THE APPROPRIATE SECTOR. 



Peffonner 




FY 1968 c 


ctuol obligoti 


>ns 


FY 1969 estimated obligations- 


NIHt 


NIHt 


Foderol 


Total 
R&D 


Res 
Total 


eorch 
Basic 


)evelop(nent 


Total 
R&D 


Res 

Total 


Bosic 


Development 


R&O 


Totol Basic 


Developitient 


Total 


S8<4.0 


SS60.5 


(331.3 


S3 .4 


1939.4 


$935.7 


J355.5 


J3.8 


S17.300.5 


$5,989.4 $2,353.7 


$11,310.9 


United Stotoa and Territories 


8M.7 


847.2 


328.1 


3.4 


917.2 


913.4 


352.0 


3.8 


17,2173 


5,917.4 2,320.1 


11,299.9 


Federol Go.en^e.enl 


140.1 


139.7 


53.9 


0.4 


155.8 


155.1 


59.5 


0.7 


3,838.3 


1,876.6 572.5 


1,961.7 


Profit organizations, excl. 


39.1 


37.6 




1.5 


56.8 


54.4 


_ 


2.4 


9,728.5 


1,532.5 434.7 


8,195.9 


Reseorch centers 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


424.8 


71.2 32.2 


353.6 


Edocotionol institolions, 
excl. research centers 


518.9 


517.9 


212.0 


1.0 


549-8 


549.7 


228.0 


0.1 


1,696.5 


1,555.5 874.3 


140.9 


Research centers 


0.1 


- 


- 


0.1 


0.1 


- 


- 


01 


744.5 


466.9 279.0 


277.6 


excl. educational institu- 


131.2 


131 


53.4 


0.3 


148.4 


148.0 


61 6 


0.4 


447.1 


302.1 108.3 


145.0 


Reseorch centers 


0.6 


0.4 


0.4 


0.2 


0.1 


- 


- 


0.1 


253,0 


41.2 10.1 


211.8 


Other perfonnarB 


20.6 


20.6 


8.4 


- 


6.2 


6.2 


2.8 


- 


84.6 


71.3 9.0 


13.3 


ForeiT, 


13.2 


13.2 


3.2 


t 


22.2 


22.2 


3.5 


- 


83.2 


72.1 33.6 


11.0 



*Bosedon requested 
t Includes BHPEMT o 
* Less thoi $50,000. 



1 The Budget, 1969. 



10 


NIH AND FEDERAL OBLIGATIONS FOR RESEARCH BY FIELD OF SCIENCE, 


FY 1968-1969 








(Dollars in millions) 












FY 1968 ociuol obligations 


FY 1969 


estimated obli 


otions- 








NIHt 


NIH* 


Federal ]\ 




Totol """";,' °' Bosic Apphed 


, , Percent of 

T°'°' Federal S""= 


Applied 


Totol 


Basic 


Applied 1 


Total 


$860.5 100.0 S331,3 $529.2 


$935.7 15.6 $355.5 


$580.2 


$5,989.6 


$2,353.7 


$3,635.9 1 


Lif« sciences 


779.7 90.6 285.1 494.5 


846.3 47.9 305.9 


540.4 


1,765.3 


717.0 


1,048.3 1 


Biological sciences 


128.7 15.0 128.7 


138.1 27.2 138.1 


- 


507.4 


388.8 


118.6 


Medicol sciences 


651.0 75.6 156.4 494.5 


708.2 62.6 167.8 


540.4 


1,132.1 


282.4 


849.8 : 


Other 


0.1 § 0.1 


- 


- 


125.8 


45.8 


80.0 i 


Psychologicol sciences 


13.6 1.6 11.8 1.8 


14.6 11.2 12.7 


1.9 


130.6 


74.7 


56.0: 


Biologicol psychology 


8.0 0.9 6.9 1.1 


8.6 14.9 7.5 


1.1 


57.9 


43.2 


14.7 


Social psychology 


5.6 07 4.9 0.7 


6.0 8.2 5.2 


0.8 


72.8 


31.5 


41.2 , 


Physicol sciences 


42.7 5.0 23.0 19.7 


45.9 36 24.7 


21.2 


1,289.8 


828.1 


461.6 1 


Chemistry 


34.6 4.0 17.3 16.7 


37.1 14.4 19.1 


18.0 


257.7 


128.6 


129.1 


Other 


8.1 1.0 5.1 3.0 


8.8 0.9 5.6 


3.2 


1,032,1 


699.5 


332.5 ' 


Environmenlol sciences 


0.1 § 0.1 


0.1 - 0.1 


- 


611.7 


382.2 


229.4- 


Mathematical sciences 


4.8 0.6 1.7 3.1 


5.2 3.6 1.9 


3.3 


1447 


76.3 


68.4 


Engineering sciences 


13.5 1.6 7.1 6.5 


14.6 0.9 7.6 


7.0 


1,695.4 


191.4 


1,503.9 


Social sciences 


3.2 0.4 2.5 0.7 


3.6 1.4 2.6 


0.9 


250.5 


69.3 


181.2 


Anthropology 


} § t - 


t - t 


- 


13.2 


11.1 


2.1 


Economics 


_ - - _ 


_ _ _ 


_ 


83.9 


22.5 


61.4 


Sociology 


1.4 0.2 1.1 0.3 


2.1 3.0 1.4 


0.7 


70.8 


14.6 


56.3 


Other sociol sciences 


1.7 0.2 1.3 0.4 


1.4 1.7 1.2 


0.3 


82.6 


21.2 


61.5 


Other sciences 


2.9 0.3 - 2.9 


5.4 5.3 


5.4 


101.6 


14.7 


87.0 


■ Based on requested omou 


ts in The Budget, 1969. t Includes BHPEMT 


nd NLM. (Less than $50,000. 


§Lessth 


on 0.05 perce 




iJ. 



THE NATION'S HEALTH MANPOWER 
Supply and Estimated Need in Selected Categories 



Profession 


1968 


1975 


Supply 


Need 


Shortage 


Supply 


Need 


Shortage 


Physician* 


311,000 


363,000 


52,000 


358,000 


400,000 


42,000 


Dentist 


100,000 


109,000 


9,000 


109,000 


137,000 


28,000 


Nurse (R.N.) 


659,000 


800,000 


141,000 


795,000 


1,000,000 


205,000 


Allied health 


654,000 


853,000 


199,000 


909,000 


? 


? 



*Doctors of medicine and osteopathy. 



MANPOWER FOR BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH WITH DISTRIBUTION BY DEGREE 

1965- 1985 

TOTAL 

REQUIREMENTS 

1985 



NUMBER IN 

MEDICAL RESEARCH 

1965 



ADDITIONAL 

REQUIREMENTS 

1966-1985 





NIH GROWTH AND FUNCTIONS 
CONSOLIDATED APPROPRIATIONS, FY 1955-FY 1969* 




GRANTS 

AND AWARDS^ 

78.5% 



DIRECT 

OPERATIONS' 

21.5% 



"CONTAINS ALL PRESENT AND FORMER NIH ACTIVITIES, INCLUDING MENTAL HEALTH THROUGH FY 1966 AND REGIONAL MEDICAL PROGRAMS 
FY 1966-1968. EXCLUDES DIRECT CONSTRUCTION. 'BUT CONTAINS DIRECT TRAINING ($ I MILLION IN FY 1969). 'BUT CONTAINS 
SCIENTIFIC EVALUATION GRANTS ($ 3.2 MILLION FY 1969). *CONTAINS ALL OF BIOLOGICS STANDARDS ($8.5 MILLION IN FY 1969). 



CONSOLIDATED NIH APPROPRIATIONS, FY 19 
(In thousands) 





Activity 


1955 


1957 


1959 


1961 


1963 


1965 


1966 


1967 




1968 


1969 


Tola 




$81,268 


$213,007 


$324,383 


$590,000 


$930,800 


$1,058,992 


$1,244,406 


$1,111,888 


$1,178,924 


$1,394,052 


Researc 


fl 


57,659 


131,102 


210,071 


346,375 


532,593 


588,424 


650,280 


671,396 




713.567 


729.946 


Gfonis 


t 


33,918 


89,682 


141,454 


263.397 


401,353 


430,682 


465,356 


468,079 




492,746 


488,321 


Loboro 


toriescndclinicst 


22,187 


33,160 


45,839 


58.470 


67,434 


77,154 


82,728 


77,403 




81,165 


88,485 


Collob 


DfQl.ve research & developmen 




4,668 


18,142 


21,538 


59,806 


74,472 


91,460 


109,726 




113,037 


126,776 


Other§ 




1,554 


3,592 


4,636 


2,970 


4,000 


6,116 


10,736 


16,188 




26,619 


26,364 


Troining 




13,663 


33,723 


60,614 


133,839 


201,748 


231,210 


267,603 


185.407 




194,196 


263,337 


Grants 


tr'ships, fel'ships & career a 


13,613 


33,472 


60,310 


132,000 


195,777 


229,571 


265,496 


184,522 




193,067 


219,782 


Studen 


loans (excluding revolving fu 


nd) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


24,810 


Schola 


ships & opportunity grants 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


17,719 


Direct 


training 


50 


251 


304 


1,839 


5,971 


1,639 


2,107 


885 




1,129 


1,026 


InstituI 


onal support & development 


- 


30,000 


30,000 


44,658 


80,000 


150,000 


188,700 


101,266 




91,033 


242.791 


Constr 


uction II 


- 


30,000 


30,000 


30,000 


50.000 


93,000 


106,000 


56,000 




35,000 


93,200 


Other 


eneral support programs 


- 


- 


- 


14,658 


30,000 


57,000 


82,700 


45,266 




56,033 


149,591 


Resourc 


es support & development 


110 


288 


320 


28,543 


60,183 


55,784 


73,440 


82,253 




91,733 


112.329 


Clinic 


1 research centers 


- 


- 


_ 


12,000 


47,933 


40,234 


50,040 


51,403 




41,593 


46,154 


Other 


peciai research resources* 


110 


288 


320 


16,543 


12,250 


15,550 


23,400- 


30,850- 




50,140- 


66,175 


Progrom 


management 


9.836 


17,894 


23,378 


36,585 


56,276 


33,574 


64,383 


71.566 




88,395 


45.649 


•ApproF 


riati'ons for NIMH included thr 


ough FY 1966. 


Direct cor 


struction o 


nd foreign 


currency pr 


gram funds e 


xcluded thro 


ughaut. 'Inc 


lud 


es regulo 


programs. 


heart c 


oop. drug study, pharmo.-tox. 


study, and ICMRT. tp 


ormerly de 


ignoted "d 




ch." §ln 


ludes biome 


ry, epid. ond 1 


eld 


studies. 


biologies 


standa 


rds, computer res. and tech., c 


nd internat.an 


1 res. (dire 


ct), "G 


eneral res. 


support, et 


ucotionol im 


rovement, fo 


rmulo and proi 


ct 


grants to 


schools of 


pubMc 


health, grants to allied health 


professions tr 


centers to 


develop ne 


w methods 


ond denta 


health auxi 


ary utilizati 


on grants. 


♦ d 


ntol res. 


and env. 


heolth 


sci. institutes, animal resource 


s, Gorgas Memo 


rial Lob., 


id library re 


sources support and op 


rotions. -* 


ncludes appropriations for Regi 


anal Med. 


'ragrams. 



NIH APPROPRIATIONS, FY 1969 

(MILLIONS OF DOLLARS) 



TOTAL RESEARCH INSTITUTES/ PI VISIONS $10/6 





NATIONAL LIBRARY 
OF MEDICINE 



/ 
DAHM $33 



/■derf/drr dhmes on dpm 

$74* $104 $40 $79 



GRas* 
I 



DCRT, ED.OIR 
$19 



legend : 
^^ GRANTS 



DIRECT OPERflTIONS 



DDH $10 
NOTE: FINANCED BY REIMBURSEMENT FROM THE ABOVE APPROPRIATIONS CC $ 16 3 MILLION, ORG $ 74 MILLION, DRS $ 12.5, 8 ADA $ 4.5 MILLION. 
• DERF/DRR CONTAIN $66 MILLION TRANSFERRED FROM GR a S FOR FORMER DRFR ACTIVITIES. THESE BHPEMT DIVISIONS ALSO ADMINISTER 
$ 52.9 MILLION IN GENERAL RESEARCH SUPPORT GRANTS, FROM ABOVE INSTITUTE APPROPRIATIONS. 



FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION, FY 1969: TOTAL NIH* 





(In tho 


jsands) 








Activities 


Total 
NIH 


Reseorch 

Institutes and 

Divisions 


Bureau of Health 
Professions Education 
and Manpower Training 


Notional Librory of 
Medicins 


Total 


$1,517,393 


$1,013,487 




$483,730 


$20,176 


Research 
Grants 

Laboratories and clinics 
Collaborative research and development 
Other 


704,829 

470,058 
85,554 

123,326 
25,891 


693,409 

463,983 
85,554 

119,818 
24,054 




10,099 

4,754 

3,508 
1,837 


1,321 
1,321 


Training 
Grants, traineeships, fellowships, career awards 
Student loans (excluding revolving fund) 
Scholarships and opportunity grants 
Direct training 


326,797 

235,036 
51,882 
38,877 
1,002 


198,199 
197,197 

1,002 




127,509 

36,750 
51,882 
38,877 


1,089 

1,089 


Institutional support and development 
Other general support programs 


323,466 

173,875 
149,591 


52,945 

52,945 




270,521 

173,875 
96,646 


~ 


Resources support and development 
Clinical research centers 
Other special research resources 


112,975 

46,154 
66,821 


36,875 

11,150 
25,725 




60.566 

35,004 
25,562 


15.534 

15,534 


Program management 


49,326 


32,059 




15,035 


2.232 



I data for l/D, BHPEMT and NLM c 



FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION, FY 1969: RESEARCH INSTITUTES AND DIVISIONS 
(In thousands) 



Activity 


Total 


NIAID 


NIAMD 


NCI 


NICHD 


NIDR 


NEI 


NIEHS 


NIGMS 


NHI 


NINDS 


FIC 


ED 


Totol 


$1,013,487 


J103,173 


$140,232 


$181,419 


$70,800 


$29,419 


$22,240 


$17,682 


$159,955 


$161,010 


$103,265 


$3,374 


$1,009 


Research 


693,409 


79,857 


103,857 


140,487 


47,059 


16,382 


15,224 


9.287 


76,448 


116,867 


72,557 


1,718 


750 


Projects (grants)' 


463,983 


52,646 


80,762 


58,613 


34,997 


10,419 


13,835 


4,855 


73,153 


84,653 


49,920 


130 


_ 


Laboratories & clinics 


85,554 


14,581 


15,891 


16,114 


6,065 


4,687 


737 


4,432 


- 


13.168 


9,879 


_ 


_ 


Collaborative reseorch & development 


119,818 


12,630 


6,498 


64,380 


3,975 


845 


349 


_ 


3,295 


17,354 


9,742 


_ 


750 


Biometry, epidemiology & field stud. 


9,550 


_ 


706 


1,380 


2,022 


431 


303 


_ 


_ 


1,692 


3,016 


_ 


_ 


Biologies Standards tt 


8,305 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Computer research & technology ft 


4,611 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


International research (direct) 


1,588 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,588 


- 


Training 


198,199 


14,015 


22,846 


16,015 


14.294 


7,374 


4,279 


4.092 


68,723 


25,979 


18,946 


1,636 


_ 


Grants 


141,064 


9,488 


16,109 


11,641 


10.012 


5.609 


3,603 


3,892 


46,901 


18,150 


15,659 


_ 


_ 


Fellowships 


56,133 


4,362 


6,737 


4,374 


4,193 


1.765 


676 


200 


21,373 


7,604 


3,213 


1,636 


_ 


Direct troining 


1,002 


165 


- 


- 


89 


- 


- 


- 


449 


225 


74 


- 


- 


Instituliona) support & development^ 


52,945 


5,889 


9,409 


6,838 


4,082 


1.194 


1.612 


551 


8,127 


9,425 


5,818 


- 


- 


Resources support & development 


36,875 


1,600 


1,500 


14,450 


2,500 


3.400 


734 


3.000 


1,000 


5,425 


3,266 


. 


_ 


Cotegorical clinic research ctrs. 


11,150 


1,100 


1,500 


- 


500 


400 


714 


_ 


_ 


4,500 


2,416 


_ 


_ 


Dental & envir. health science inst. 


6,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3.000 


_ 


3,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Other research centers 


19,225 


- 


_ 


14,450 


2,000 


- 


_ 


- 


1,000 


925 


850 


— 


_ 


Gorgos Memorial Laboratory 


500 


500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Program management 


32,059 


1,812 


2.620 


3,629 


2,865 


1.069 


391 


752 


5,657 


3,314 


2,678 


20 


259 


Program direction 


5,557 


324 


321 


1,019 


809 


338 


_ 


312 


1,095 


590 


490 


_ 


259 


Scientific evaluation 


2,138 


50 


20 


151 


100 


42 


25 


_ 


1,437 


163 


130 


20 


_ 


Review and approval 


17,371 


1,438 


2,279 


2,459 


1,956 


689 


366 


440 


3,125 


2,561 


2,058 


_ 


_ 


Management & control services ' 


6,993 


- 


- 


- • 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



pecioiizad research, 



FUNDS AVAILABLE FOP OBLIGATION, FY 1969: BUREAU OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION AND MANPOWER TRAINING 

(In thousonds) 



A=„v,.„s 


Total 


Heoith Manpower 


Physician 


Dental 




Allied Heoith 


Research Focililies 


Bureau 


Educotionol Services 


Monpower 


Heoith 


Nursing 


Manpower 


ond Resources 


Direoto- 


To.ol 


1483,730 


S 144,901 


S135,141 


$10,122 


S63.4S3 


$40,880 


$85,918 


JI.285 


Resoorch 


10,099 


- 


2,134 


4,000 


2,350 


65 


1,050 


_ 


Gtonis 


4,754 


- 


902 


1.259 


2,593 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Contracts 


3,508 


- 


1,232 


954 


207 


65 


1.050 


_ 


Direct 


1,837 


- 


- 


1,787 


50 




- 


- 


Troining 


127,509 


79.101 


_ 


800 


30,978 


16.100 


530 


_ 


Gronts 


1,726 


- 


- 


650 


700 


_ 


376 


_ 


Trainecships 


34,070 


- 


_ 




17,970 


16,100 


_ 


_ 


Fellowships 


954 


- 


_ 


150 


650 


- 


154 


_ 


Student loons 


51,882 


51,882 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Scholorships S> opportunity gronts 


38,877 


27,219 


- 


- 


11.iiS8 


- 


- 


- 


Instltutionol support 8, de«el. 


270,521 


66,000 


131,44« 


3,200 


25,781 


23,454 


20.640 


- 


Construction gronts 


173,875 


- 


131,446 


- 


18,781 


3,008 


20.640 


_ 


Educational improvement 


82,750 


66,000 


- 


- 


7.000 


9,750 


- 


- 


Other t 


13,896 


- 


- 


3,200 


- 


10,696 


- 


- 


Resources Support & development 


60,5M 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


60,566 


. 


Clinical reseorch centers 


35,004 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


35,004 


_ 


Animol resources 


4,568 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


4,568 


_ 


Primote centers 


10,500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10,500 


- 


Speciol reseorch centers 


10,494 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10.494 


- 


Program monogement 


15,035 


1,800 


1,561 


2,122 


3.874 


1.261 


3.132 


1,285 


Pragrom direction 


11,085 


_ 


1,554 


2.116 


3,854 


1.261 


1,015 


1,285 


Educo. serv. end rev. S. approval 


3,216 


1,800 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


1.416 


- 


Scientilic e.oluotion 


305 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


305 




Reimbursement to monogement fitnd 


429 


- 


7 


6 


20 


- 


396 


- 



FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OBLIGATION, FY 1969: NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE 
(In thousands) 



19 



Activities 


Total 


Extramural 


Library 
Operations 


Specialized 

Information 

Services 


National 

Medical 

Audiovisual 

Center 


Lister H 

Not. Cent 

for Biomed 

Communicat 


II 
col 


Office of 
Director 


Total 




$20,176 


$8,362 


$5,997 


$ $1,452 


$1,962 


$835 




$1,568 


Research 




1,321 


1,321 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


Grants 




1,321 


1,321 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


Training 




1,089 


1,089 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


Grants 




1,089 


1,089 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


Institutior 


al support ond development 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


Resource 


support and development 


15,534 


5,288 


5,997 


1,452 


1,962 


835 




- 


Program rr 


anagement 


2,232 


664 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




1,568 


Review 


and approval 


664 


664 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


Program 


direction 


1,568 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




1,568 



NIH OBLIGATED FUNDS BY FUNCTION, FY 1955-1969" 

EXCLUDING PROGRAMS THAT HAVE BEEN TRANSFERRED OUT 




EST TOTAL 
NIH I969-$I5I 



!¥^ 
■^^ 



EST 1969 
NLM. DIRECT 



NIH FUNDS OBLIGATED FOR RESEARCH, FY 1955-1968* 



21 




■■IiIIIIbb»«b- 



I I I 

1955 I960 1965 1968' 

•excluding NIMH AND REGIONAL MEDICAL PROGRAMS. 'INCLUDES COLLAB. STUDIES (EXCEPT CONTRACTS!, FOREIGN CURRENCY 
^INCLUDES BHPEMT S NLM. PROGRAM, AND DIRECT RES. OTHER THAN LAB. 8 CLIN. EXCLUDES 

♦includes BIOMETRY, EPIDEMIOLOGY AND FIELD STUDIES. CONSTRUCTION. 



NIH GRANTS AND OTHER AWARDS BY YEAR AND TYPE OF AWARD, FY 1955-19 
(Dollars in millions) 



Fiscol 


Tolol 


Researc 


I grants * 


Co 


nstruction 
grants 


Training grants 


Fellowships 
& res. core 


troineeships 
er owords -f 


Research 


year 


Number§ 


Amount 


Numbe 


§ Amount 


Number§ 


Amount 


Number§ 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


1955 


$ 55.2 


3,280 


$ 35.5 


_ 


$ - 


557 


$ 10.3 


1,385 


$ 3.7 




$ - 


1956 


64.7 


3,475 


40.4 


- 


- 


699 


13.5 


1,816 


4.4 


_ 


_ 


1957 


156.1 


6,300 


82.9 


109 


30.0 


1,119 


25.6 


2,575 


7,3 


43 


1.9 


1958 


191.3 


7,134 


101.3 


177 


30.2 


1,367 


31.9 


2,759 


8.5 


176 


11.0 


1959 


260.2 


9,056 


141.4 


205 


31.6 


1,934 


48.9 


3,306 


12.7 


321 


17.2 


1960 


354.7 


11,571 


198.8 


171 


30.8 


2,626 


73.7 


4,255 


17 9 


286 


23.1 


1961 


481.0 


13,534 


272.9 


156 


38.0 


3,586 


108.4 


4,480 


24.3 


311 


22.9 


1962 


600.3 


14,975 


372.1 


112 


36 8 


3,697 


115.9 


4,085 


29.6 


419 


28.1 


1963 


710.1 


15,973 


430.9 


178 


51 3 


4,114 


140.6 


4,561 


38.C 


496 


38.3 


1964 


815.9 


16,020 


497.9 


129 


53 9 


4,346 


1659 


4,872 


44.5 


597 


42 7 


1965 


892.8 


15,792 


538.8 


120 


64 9 


4,568 


183.9 


5,297 


49.8 


474 


48.6 


1966 


1,042.2 


15,686 


601.0 


178 


100 5 


4,731 


205 7 


5,842 


55 7 


590 


53.3 


196711 


926.9 


14,313 


593.3 


75 


42 3 


2,497 


131 7 


4,819 


50 4 


835 


83.9 


1968* 


972.5 


13,270 


620.2 


51 


41.1 


2,474 


132.0 


5.134 


54 5 


9565 


89.8 


1968-- 


1,199.1 


13,446 


626.0 


110 


179,7 


4,778 


237.5 


5,377 


55.5 


1,088§ 


96.2 



•Includes State control programs, community demonstrotion pro 
resources grants. ^includes part-time and postsophomore 
separately. "Excludes NIMH; includes DEHS. (All prior ye 
••Includes BHPEMT ond NLM (except foi 



and $0.7 million (or the regie 



ol libri 



cts, staffing grants, and DRMPplanning grants. t Includes general research suppc 
search fellows through FY 1961. § Each supplemenlol gronl or supplemental ogrei 
s include NIMH.) ^Excludes BHPEMT and NLM, os do prior yeors. Total includ. 
itudent loons, scholarships, and opportunity grants); includes $3,5 million for medit 
>rogram; excludes $34.9 million (or DRMP grants. 



NIH GRANTS AND OTHER AWARDS BY TYPE OF AWARD, FY 1968 



23 



DOLLARS IN Ml 



RESEARCH PROJECTS 

RESEARCH CENTERS 
a RESOURCES 

RESEARCH PROGRAM 
PROJECTS 

GENERAL GRANTS- 
IN-AID 

RESEARCH CONTRACTS 
TRAINING GRANTS 
RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS 



STUDENT LOANS 

SCHOLARSH(PS 8 OPPOR- 
TUNITY GRANTS 

EDUCATIONAL 
CONSTRUCTION 

RESEARCH CONSTRUCTION 




NIH GRANTS AND OTHER AWARDS BY INSTITUTE OR DIVISION AND TYPE OF AWARD, FY 1968* 
(Dollots in millions) 



ln.,i.„.. 


Totol 


RsiBOfch grontit 


Construction gtonls 


Troin 


ng 9<onts 


Followshipst 


Roseorcb c 


,..r owords 


Research controcis 


Division 


Numbtr 


Amo»n1 


Numbor 


Atnoont 


Numb., 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Numbo. 


Amount 


Number§ 


Amount 


Tolol 


$1,199,111 


13,121 


$626.0 


109 


$179.7 


4,706 


$2375 


3.798 


$28.6 


1,267 


$26.8 


1,088» 


$96.2 


I'D 


937.7 


12,947 


620.3 


51 


41.1 


2.405 


132.0 


3,592 


27,6 


1,267 


268 


956 


89.8 


NIAID 


71.0 


1,411 


49.0 


- 


_ 


187 


8.8 


148 


1,4 


122 


2.5 


146 


9 3 


NIAMD 


112.5 


2,S03 


85.5 


_ 


- 


325 


15,3 


306 


3,0 


161 


3.6 


66 


5.1 


NCI 


127.9 


1.335 


71.6 


_ 


_ 


209 


11.1 


211 


1-9 


98 


2.2 


364 


41,2 


NICHD 


53.4 


1,056 


38.1 


_ 


- 


150 


9.6 


136 


1.3 


109 


2.3 


33 


2.0 


NIDR 


21.7 


339 


14.3 


_ 


- 


114 


5.2 


77 


0.8 


51 


1.0 


21 


0.5 


NIEHS 


12.0 


100 


7.9 


_ 


- 


51 


3.7 


6 




- 


- 


5 


0.3 


NIGMS 


141.2 


1,576 


74.1 


_ 


_ 


650 


44.4 


2.014 


124 


378 


7.7 


28 


2.5 


NHI 


133.1 


2,123 


94.9 


_ 


_ 


402 


17-3 


194 


20 


214 


4.8 


144 


14.2 


NINDB 


96.2 


1,771 


65.7 


_ 


_ 


309 


16.1 


325 


33 


134 


2,7 


63 


8.4 


DRFR 


1593 


635 


116.7 


51 


41.1 


8 


0.4 


16 


0-1 


_ 


- 


10 


1.0 


DBS 


1.5 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


_ 


28 


1.5-- 


DRS, DRG, DCRT 


1.4 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15 


1.4 


OD, CC, l»ini 


2,2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


24 


2.2 


FlC 


4.3 


98 


25 


- 


- 


- 


- 


159 


1,4 


- 


- 


9 


0,4 


BHPEMT 


241.2 


109 


4.2 


49 


128.6 


2,286 


104.6 


200 


0.9 


_ 


_ 


93» 


3.0 


DAHH 


12.1 


_ 


_ 


^ 


_ 


295 


11.7 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


9 


0.4 


DDH 


6.0 


42 


1.3 


_ 


_ 


59 


3.6 


8 


1 


_ 


- 


36 


1.1 


DHMES 


66.9 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1,009 


66,5 


77 


0.3 


_ 


_ 


2 


0.1 


DN 


43.3 


60 


2,6 


23 


16.7 


923 


22.8 


115 


OS 


_ 


_ 


27 


0.7 


DPM 


112.9 


7 


04 


26 


111,9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


16 


0.7 


NLM 


2O.3II 


65 


1.6 


9 


10.0 


15 


0.9 


6 


0.1 


- 


- 


39 


3.5 



i, $2.2 million; troininj gronts, 
hips lor $2.3 million in NINDB o 
s gronts and $0.7 for the regiona 



■esoorch coroor owords, $0.03 million. Uncludes generol re, 
1 for $0.3 million in DHMES. SEoch lupplementol ogreement 
pogrom. ^Includes 3 contracts lor $3,644 lor the Oflice ol Inl 



NIH RESEARCH GRANTS BY CATEGORY, FY 1967-19 
(Dollars in thousands) 



25 









1967- 








1968^ 




Cotegory 


















Number 


Percent 


Dollars 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Dollars 


Percent 


Tolol 


13,937 


100.0 


5593,313 


100.0 


13,121 


100.0 


$626,018 


100.0 


Reseorch proiccts 


12,926 


92.7 


390,014 


65.7 


12,024 


91 6 


395,642 


63.2 


Traditionol projects 


12,492 


89.6 


372,442 


62 8 


11,601 


88 4 


379,089 


60-6 


Chemotherapy and psychopharmocology 


136 


1.0 


7,143 


1.2 


121 


09 


6,725 


1.1 


International centers for med. res. & training 


5 


0.0 


2,360 


0.4 


5 


0.0 


2,264 


0.4 


Conferences 


59 


0.4 


971 


0.2 


65 


0.5 


1,203 


0.2 


Nursing 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


39 


0.3 


1,802 


0.3 


Other 


234* 


1.7 


7,098* 


1.2 


193 


1.5 


4,559 


0.7 


Progrom projects and centers 


617 


4.4 


151,599 


25.5 


675 


5.1 


170,702 


27.3 


Research program projects 


325 


2.3 


69,602 


11.7 


363 


2.8 


82,966 


13.3 


General clinical research centers 


89 


0.6 


28,610 


4.8 


93 


0.7 


30,911 


4.9 


Categorical clinical research centers 


72 


0.5 


22,847 


3.9 


71 


0.5 


21,217 


3.4 


Animal resources 


49 


0.4 


11,902 


2.0 


58 


0.4 


15,042 


2.4 


Special reseordi resources 


62 


0.4 


10,758 


1.8 


50 


0.4 


10,529 


1.7 


Pharmacology-toxicology centers 


8 


0.1 


2,608 


0.4 


11 


0.1 


3,253 


0.5 


Dental research institute program 


4 


0.0 


2,743 


0.5 


5 


0.0 


3,000 


0.5 


Environmental health centers 


8 


0.1 


2,529 


0.4 


10 


0.1 


3,000 


0.5 


Outpatient clinical research program 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14 


0.1 


784 


0.1 


General reseorch support 


294 


2.1 


41,700 


7.0 


311 


2.4 


48,174 


7.7 


Biomedical science support 


93 


0.7 


6,000 


1.0 


102 


O.S 


7,500 


1.2 


Health science support 


7 


0.1 


4,000 


0.7 


9 


0.1 


4,000 


0.6 



• Excludes NIMH; ir 
t Includes BHPEMT 
f Includes 34plannin 



:ludes DEH5. 

nd NLM. 

, gronis for $3.7 n 



In FY 1968, planning grants 



classified as tradit 



NIH RESEARCH GRANTS BY KIND OF RECIPIENT INSTITUTION, FY 1967-1968* 
(Dollars in millions) 





1967'f 


1968 


K ind of recipient 


Excluding BHPEMT o 


id NLM 


Including BHPEMT a 


id NLM 


institution 


Number of 
institutions? 


Grants 


Number of 
institutions? 


Grt 


nts 


Number of 
institutions? 


Grants 




Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Total 


1,129 


13,937 


$593.3 


1,017 


12,947 


$620.2 


1,044 


13,121 


$626.0 


Higher education 


379 


10,984 


462.7 


362 


10,374 


489.4 


371 


10,506 


493.8 


Research institutes 


131 


713 


47.1 


118 


683 


51.4 


120 


685 


51.5 


Hospitals 


208 


1,397 


64.5 


198 


1,214 


62.8 


198 


1,224 


63.4 


Graduate training centers 


1 


1 


§ 


1 


4 


0,1 


1 


4 


0.1 


Patient centers 


15 


45 


2.8 


12 


29 


2.1 


12 


32 


2.2 


Associations, etc. 


45 


81 


2.3 


40 


71 


2.3 


49 


86 


2.5 


Government units 


19 


42 


2.7 


25 


50 


3.2 


27 


56 


3.3 


Other domestic 


33 


52 


2.7 


19 


29 


1.8 


24 


34 


1.9 


Foreign 


298 


622 


8.5 


242 


493 


7.1 


242 


494 


7.1 



* Includes general research support < 
''"Excludes NIMH; includes DEHS. 
^ The count of institutions considers 
§Less than $50,000. 



ch branch separately. 



NIH RESEARCH GRANTS BY DISCIPLINE/FIELD, FY 1967-1968 
(Dollars in thousonds) 





1967t 


1968 




Ex 


eluding BHPEMT and NLM 


Including BHPEMT and NLM 




No. of 


PorcBnt 


A.o.n, 


PorcenI 


No. of 


Porctn 


Amount 


Percent 


No. of 


Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Totol 


13,937 


100.0 


$593,313 


100.0 


12.947 


100.0 


$620,195 


100.0 


13,121 


100.0 


5626,018 


100.0 


esearch projects 
Biochemistry and biophysics 
Physiological sciences 
Pharmacological and phormaceut.sc. 
Microbiology and parasitology 


12,909 

3,080 

2,877 

896 

817 


92.6 

22.1 
20.6 
6.4 
5.9 


387,176 

89,589 
79,864 
29,411 
26,029 


65.3 
15.1 
13.5 
5.0 
4.4 


11,850 

2,819 

2,577 

893 

778 


91.5 

21.8 
19.9 
6.9 
6.0 


389,819 

90,172 
78,821 
30,474 
29,131 


62.9 

14.5 
12.7 
4.9 
4.7 


12.024 

2,820 

2,577 

894 

779 


91.6 
21.5 
19.6 
6.3 
5.9 


395,642 
90,183 
78,821 
30,481 
29,189 


63.2 

14.4 
12.6 
4.9 
4.7 


Pothoiogy 
Immunology 
Cell biology 
Genetics 


759 
708 
622 
499 


5.4 
5.1 
4.5 
3.6 


27,912 
22,020 
17,505 
16,471 


4.7 
3.7 
3.0 
2.8 


665 
673 
552 
450 


5.1 
5.2 
4.3 
3.5 


26,224 
22,445 
17,608 
16,093 


4.2 
3.6 
2.8 
2.6 


665 
674 
552 
450 


5.1 
5.1 
4.2 
3.4 


26,224 
22,482 
17,608 
16,093 


4.2 
3.6 
2.8 
2.6 


Chemistry 

Growth and development 

Psychology 

Nutrition 


507 
468 
303 
264 


3.6 
3.4 
2.2 
1.9 


13,274 
12,163 
11,218 
8,098 


2.2 
2.0 
1.9 
1.4 


476 
395 
278 
241 


3.7 
3.1 
2.1 
1.9 


13,742 
10,074 
9,311 
8,786 


2.2 
1.6 
1.5 
1.4 


476 
397 
294 
241 


3.6 
3.0 
2.2 
1.8 


13,742 
10,117 
9,975 
8,786 


2.2 
1.6 
1.6 

1.4 


Informotion and computer sciences 
Other 


165 
172 
238 
534 


1.2 
1.2 
1.7 
3.8 


5,437 
6,146 
6,242 
15,797 


0.9 
1.0 
1.1 
2.7 


175 
154 
242 
482 


1.4 
1.2 
1.9 
3.7 


6,980 
6,742 
6,211 
17,005 


1.1 
1.1 
1.0 
2.7 


213 
157 
244 
591 


1.6 
1.2 
1.9 
4.5 


8,051 
6,888 
6,268 
20,734 


1.3 
1.1 
1.0 
3.3 


rogrom projects and centers 


634 


4.5 


154,434 


26.0 


675 


5.2 


170,702 


27.5 


675 


5.1 


170,702 


27.3 


jenerol grants-in-aid 


394 


2.8 


51,701 


8.7 


422 


3.3 


59,674 


9.6 


422 


3.2 


59.674 


9.5 



ink based on FY 1968 dollars except for program proj* 

icludes NIMH; includes DEHS. 



r grants and general grant! 



28 



NIH RESEARCH GRANTS TO DOMESTIC INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION BY MAJOR COMPONENT, FY 1967-19 

(Dollars in thousands) 





1967* 


1968 


Maior component 


Excluding BHPEMT 


mdNLM 


Including BHPEMT and NLM 




No. of grants 


Amount 


No. of grants 


Amount 


No- of grants 


Amount 


Totol higher educotion 


10,984 


S462,688 


10,374 


$489,401 


10,506 


»493,756 


Heolth-reloted components 


7,808 


345,221 


7,333 


364,947 


7,423 


368,016 


Medicol 


6,723 


299,218 


6,266 


316,460 


6,291 


317,307 


Dentol 


264 


12,486 


268 


12,220 


286 


12,844 


Public health 


160 


10,626 


154 


11,336 


160 


11,529 


Joint* 


255 


7,054 


247 


7,773 


248 


7,796 


Veterinory 


186 


7,053 


183 


7,581 


184 


7,597 


Hospitols 


50 


4,380 


49 


4,716 


49 


4,716 


Pharmacy 


138 


3,545 


139 


4,057 


142 


4,096 


Other health-related 


32 


859 


27 


804 


63 


2,131 


Other components 


3,176 


117,467 


3,041 


124,454 


3.083 


125,739 


Arts & sciences 


2,136 


66,760 


2,065 


71,319 


2,088 


71,817 


Agriculture 


413 


11,293 


352 


11,412 


353 


11,428 


Engineering 


188 


8,288 


179 


8,711 


183 


8,936 


University-wide 


107 


9,952 


107 


8,903 


107 


8,903 


Graduote schools 


167 


8,965 


152 


8,216 


154 


8,241 


Organized research units 


91 


6,123 


91 


6,352 


95 


6,551 


Primate centers 


14 


2,930 


16 


4,707 


16 


4,707 


Computer centers 


10 


870 


14 


2,646 


14 


2,646 


Other 


50 


2,286 


65 


2,188 


73 


2,510 



' Includes general reseorch support and rest 

t Excludes NIMH; includes DEHS. 

t Includes deportments of basic medical sci 



r U. School of Medic 



GRANTEE EXPENDITURES OF NIH RESEARCH AND TRAINING GRANTS, FY 1966* 




29 


Excluding NIMH 






(Dollars in thousands) 








Research projects 




Grants- in- 


id 




Disposition of funds 
available 




Program projects 
ond centers 








Totol Traditional Other 


General research 


Othert 


grants 








support 






Funds available 


$385,181 $373,998 $11,183 


$133,561 


$64,285 


$6,753 


$179,468 


Grontee expenditures 


358,186 348,673 9,513 


114.448 


43.273 


3,689 


120,298 


Indirect costs 


52,445 51.223 1,222 


13.292 


- 


55 


8,171 


Direct costs 


305.741 297.450 8.291 


101,156 


43.273 


3,634 


112,127 


Personnel 


189,229 184,995 4,234 


55,071 


22,807 


962 


36,256 


Travel 


6,477 5,481 996 


967 


361 


51 


2,499 


Equipment 


37,884 37,305 579 


10,482 


10,984 


1,742 


5,962 


Supplies 


56,056 55,111 945 


9,615 


4,136 


568 


9,204 


Hospitalization 


647 266 381 


16,932 


59 


- 


1 


Stipends and tuition 


n.a. n.o. n.o. 


n.a. 


2,743 


103 


54,705 


Other 


15,448 14,292 1,156 


8,089 


2,183 


208 


3,500 


Grantee unreimbursed 












expenditures or obligations 


(312) (311) (1) 


(302) 


- 


- 


(132) 


Unobligated, unexpended 












balance 


27.307 25.636 1.671 


19.415 


21.012 


3.064 


59,302 


*Bosed on a sample of expenditure reports for FY 1966 whicf) included all program project and center grants, grants-in-aid 


gronts of $100,000 and 


over, and 10 percent of grants under $100,000. tPlanning grants, health sciences odvancement awards, and biomedical s 


ciences support grants. 


n.o.: Not applicable. 













30 



PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF N I H RESEARCH AND TRAINING GRANTS 
BY DOLLAR-AWARD INTERVALS. FY I 968" 



$ 100,000 OR MORE 



LESS THAN $ 100,000 




^ 



e 



NIH RESEARCH AND TRAINING GRANTS BY DOLLAR-AWARD INTERVALS, FY 1968* 

(Dollars in thousands) 



31 







Reso 


:.rch grontst 






Tr 


aining grants 




Dollar-award 




(Median o 


word - $27,800) 






(Median 


oward - $34,530) 




interval 


Num 


ber 


Amour 


t 


Nu 


mber 


Amo 


nt 




Total 


Percent 


Total 


Percent 


Totol 


Percent 


Total 


Percent 


Total 


13,121 


100.0 


$626,018 


100.0 


4,706 


100.0 


$237,520 


100.0 


Less than 5,000 


876 


6.7 


1,956 


0.3 


418 


8.9 


1,293 


0.5 


5,000 - 9,999 


724 


5.5 


5,572 


0.9 


412 


8.8 


3,002 


1.3 


10,000 - 19,999 


2,704 


20.6 


41,421 


6.6 


626 


13.3 


9,333 


3.9 


20,000 - 29,999 


2,891 


22.0 


71,700 


11.5 


634 


13.5 


15,933 


6.7 


30,000 - 39,999 


2,029 


15.5 


69,973 


11.2 


580 


12.3 


20,170 


8.5 


40,000 - 49,999 


1,123 


8.6 


50,038 


8.0 


460 


9.8 


20,589 


8.7 


50,000 - 74,999 


1,254 


9.6 


74,756 


11.9 


704 


15.0 


42,984 


18.1 


75,000 - 99,999 


474 


3.6 


40,539 


6.5 


345 


7.3 


29,725 


12.5 


00,000 - 149,999 


372 


2.8 


44,912 


7.2 


251 


5.3 


30,541 


12.9 


50,000 - 199,999 


185 


1.4 


32,013 


5.1 


112 


2.4 


19,697 


8.3 


200,000 - 299,999 


228 


1.7 


55,249 


8.8 


128 


2.7 


30,630 


12.9 


300,000 - 999,999 


246 


1.9 


110,442 


17.6 


36 


0.8 


13,623 


5.7 


,000,000 8, over 


15 


0.1 


27,447 


4.4 















includes BHPEMT and NLM. 
Tlnciudes general research support and r 



32 



NIH RESEARCH GRANT APPLICATIONS REVIEWED, APPROVED, AND AWARDED* 

COUNCIL YEARS 1963-1968 



NEW APPL ICATIONS 



RENEWAL APPLICATIONS 





1963 ISS-J r965 1966 1967 



1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 



■excludes NtMM, BMPEMT AND t 



AWARD RATES FOR COUNCIL-APPROVED NEW NIH RESEARCH GRANT APPLICATIONS REVIEWED 
Council Years 1964, 1966 and 1968* 





Nun 


nber revie 


wed 






Approv 


oi rotes 






Award rotiost 




Number 


Amountt 


Number 


Amount 


Division 


1964 


1966 


1968 


1964 


1966 


1968 


1964 


1966 


1968 


1964 


1966 


1968 


1964 


1966 


1968 


l/D Total 


4,931 


5,348 


5,229 


54.0 


54.7 


53.1 


47.3 


48.6 


43.1 


89.4 


69.6 


63.0 


92.5 


76.8 


69.3 


NIAID 


571 


611 


593 


49.0 


58.1 


59.2 


46.8 


52.9 


53.3 


77.1 


58.9 


67.7 


79.5 


65.1 


69.4 


NIAMD 


1,030 


931 


978 


55.2 


54.1 


57.0 


47.9 


50.6 


47.0 


92.6 


66.3 


60.4 


93.0 


68.3 


62.8 


NCI 


515 


483 


519 


42.7 


44.3 


49.7 


38.8 


53.1 


45.6 


85.0 


68.7 


75.2 


83.6 


84.1 


76.2 


NICHD 


298 


646 


652 


57.0 


46.6 


41.6 


46.4 


36.5 


27.6 


95.9 


91.0 


58.8 


97.8 


90.0 


66.6 


NIDR 
DEHS/NIEHS§ 


182 

§ 


185 

§ 


177 
97 


59.9 


51.9 


40.7 
48.5 


55.5 


43.4 


36.2 
30.6 


75.2 


65.6 


60.0 
71.7 


78.8 


65.8 


53.4 
74.7 


NIGMS 


840 


945 


826 


59.0 


62.4 


60.0 


51.8 


53.7 


46.2 


S7.5 


46.6 


35.7 


88.7 


59.6 


59.7 


NHI 


782 


815 


740 


48.7 


52.6 


48.4 


42.8 


43.9 


37.6 


96.6 


90.2 


63.8 


110.1 


87.6 


72.7 


NINDB 


620 


607 


585 


58.5 


55.4 


57.1 


46.8 


46.1 


44.6 


90.6 


76.2 


88.2 


94.6 


83.2 


87.9 


DRFR 


47 


59 


59 


63.8 


64.4 


57.6 


56.9 


59.1 


64.4 


100.0 


84.2 


81.3 


90.0 


95.9 


72.1 


OIR/FIC 


46 


66 


3 


100.0 


92.4 


- 


100.0 


107.3 


- 


97.8 


93.4 


- 


101.7 


85.0 


- 



March 1968 meetings. 
tFor CY 1964 and 1966, the ratio is 

council. For CY 1968 the ratio is e 

February 1969. 
+Rate of amount approved to amount 



of June, November and March meeti. 



stimated fn 



mber(o 



amount) ov 
. CY 1968 . 



rded by Institute or Division to the number (or amount) approve 
uncil-approved applications with requested start dates through 



equested by grantee. §DEHS wo 



:il-approved oppl 
established in 1966 



NIH TRAINING PROGRAM BY TYPE OF AWARD, FY 1963-1968 
(Dollars in thousands) 



Excl. BHPEMT 8. NLM 



To to! 


$178,594 


$210,378 


$233,726 


$261,407 


$182,067 


$186,473 


Training grants 


140,639 


165,908 


183,931 


205,732 


131,695 


132,021 


Fellowships 


21,611 


22,414 


25,187 


27,881 


23,344 


25,342 


Postdoctoral 


8,346 


8,118 


7,96« 


8,168 


7,710 


8,172 


Predoctoral 


7,605 


8,500 


10,641 


12,373 


8,244 


7,848 


Special 


3,855 


4,121 


4,925 


5,674 


5,812 


6,793 


International 


1,196 


1,190 


1,189 


1,190 


1,196 


1,250 


Other* 


609 


484 


464 


476 


381 


1,277 


Troineeships 


2,150 


2,264 


2,181 


2,047 


1,971 


2,302 


Research career development 


awards 10,276 


14,285 


16,826 


20,355 


20,276 


22,257 


Research career awards 


3,918 


5,507 


5,601 


5,391 


4,782 


4,551 



$292,974 
237,520 

26,042 

8,172 
7,864 
7,466 
1,250 
1,288 

2,604 

22,257 

4,551 



* Excludes NIMH; includes DEHS. 

!■ Excludes $7.1 million (or scholorships, $4.8 million for opportunity grants, and $43.0 million for student loo 

^Supply grants, special ollowonces, and supplemental fees applicable to previous fiscal yeors' awards. 









NUMBER OF PERSONS IN NIH TRAINING PROGRAMS BY INSTITUTE OR DIVISION, FY 1968* 














Totol 


T-oinoest 


Fellowships a 


nd troin 


eshlps 




In»i<ut, 




Under general reseorch 


Research 




Total 






Under training grants 












Division 










mentol health centers 








progrom awards 




Postdoctor 


ol Predoctoral Speciot 


Postdoctorol Predoctorol 


Postdoctoral Predoctoral 


Postdoctoral Pr 


edoctoro 


1 Special 


Postdoctoral 


Total 


23,601 


8,130 


14,765 706 


5,272 9,938 


195 3,264 


1,503 


1,563 


706 


1,160 


l/D 


23,249 


8,039 


14,627 583 


5,258 9,803 


195 3,264 


1,426 


1,560 


583 


1,160 


NIAID 


1,411 


568 


802 41 


348 802 


_ 


106 


_ 


41 


114 


NIAMD 


1,521 


1,125 


280 116 


791 280 


_ 


186 


_ 


116 


148 


NCI 


1,366 


674 


622 70 


441 622 


_ 


141 


_ 


70 


92 


NICHD 


1,316 


492 


766 58 


316 766 


_ 


77 


- 


58 


99 


NIDR 


726 


344 


355 27 


261 342 


- 


37 


13 


27 


46 


NIEHS 


455 


26 


428 1 


22 368 


1 58 


3 


2 


1 


-, 


NIGMS 


8,996 


1,790 


7,049 157 


1,141 5,504 


_ 


305 


1,545 


157 


344 


NHI 


2,052 


1,156 


789 107 


874 789 


- 


85 


- 


107 


197 


NINDB 


1,815 


1,485 


330 


1,040 330 


- 


325 


- 


- 


120 


DRFR 


3,440 


228 


3,206 6 


24 


194 3,206 


10 


- 


6 


- 


FIC 


151 


151 


- 


- 


- 


151 


- 


- 


- 


BHPEMT 


264 


84 


63 117 


7 60 


_ 


77 


3 


117 


_ 


DDH 


16 


7 


4 5 


7 1 


- 


- 


3 


5 


- 


DHMES 


77 


77 


_ 


- 


_ 


77 


- 


- 


- 


DN 


171 


- 


59 112 


59 


- 


- 


- 


112 


- 


NLM 


88 


7 


75 6 


7 75 


- 


- 


- 


6 


- 



ions under BHPEMT trair 
:s, 16,364 persons receiv 
Training in FY 1968 but 



-oms concerned with devebping additional 
orships or opportunity gronts, and 28,634 p 
1 FY 1967 funds. Includes 9,743 full-tim. 



r for the health and c 



36 



NUMBER OF PERSONS IN NIH TRAINING PROGRAMS BY FIELD, FY 1968' 





Total 


Indirect traineest 


Fellowships* 




Field ol training 




Under tro 


ninggr^ts 




Under general 


Reseorch 




Po 


tdoctorol 


Predoctoral 


Posldoclorol 


Predoclarol 


Postdoctorol 


Predoctoral 


Special 


owards* 






Totol 


Full-time 


Totol Full-time 












Total 


23,734 


5,272 


3,668 


9,938 


5,837 


195 


3,264 


1,517 


1,569 


712 


1,267 


Biochemistry 


2,366 


248 


149 


1,210 


881 


20 


219 


224 


197 


63 


185 


Microbiology 


1,940 


222 


132 


1,133 


796 


11 


111 


132 


148 


47 


136 


Physiology 


1,754 


258 


158 


773 


505 


17 


235 


164 


136 


58 


113 


Phormocology 


961 


153 


91 


540 


394 


4 


120 


39 


34 


15 


56 


Anatomy 


938 


101 


69 


531 


333 


3 


162 


40 


53 


12 


36 


Pathology 


927 


398 


281 


218 


90 


15 


157 


49 


8 


26 


56 


Genetic! 


853 


110 


57 


497 


339 


2 


20 


65 


71 


21 


67 


Biology 


997 


88 


39 


485 


285 


4 


59 


122 


151 


30 


58 


Othet basic sciences 


2,329 


200 


122 


1,524 


749 


4 


105 


134 


247 


56 


59 


Internal medrcme 


3,007 


1,286 


1,034 


415 


36 


28 


875 


62 


1 


91 


249 


Sargery 


696 


379 


235 


61 


- 


4 


202 


20 


_ 


14 


16 


Other clinicol medicine 


2,974 


1,491 


1,071 


603 


65 


37 


520 


140 


1 


39 


143 


Clinical denl.stry 


451 


88 


55 


15 


1 


23 


273 


27 


1 


11 


13 


Engineering, health-related 


475 


47 


27 


330 


216 


1 


8 


3 


33 


44 


4 


Biostoti sties 


376 


19 


14 


316 


224 


I 


13 


3 


9 


12 


3 


Environmental health 


327 


14 


12 


239 


182 


4 


39 


15 


8 


3 


5 


Psychology 


576 


50 


36 


377 


304 




31 


50 


17 


29 


22 


Social sciences 


366 


17 


13 


300 


246 


_ 


5 


2 


16 


24 


2 


Chetnistry 


722 


23 


16 


114 


69 


5 


20 


129 


416 


6 


9 


Other 


699 


30 


57 


257 


122 


12 


90 


92 


22 


111 


35 



r BHPEMT training pre 
ning in FY 1968 but pc 
words, not nurtiber o( p 



NUMBER OF TRAINEES SUPPORTED UNDER NIH TRAINING GRANTS AND GENERAL RESEARCH SUPPORT GRANTS, FY 1968" 
By Number of Months ond Percent o( Time in Troining and by Acodemic Level 



37 



Number of months and 


All 


Medical 


Preboccoloureole 


Graduate 


Postdoctoral 


percent of time in troining 


academic levels 


students 


studentst 


students 


students 


All indirect troine.s 


18,885 


4,411 


564 


8,367 


5,543 


Full-time Iroineest 


9.750 


93 


40 


5,912 


3,705 


Port-time troinees 


9,135 


4,318 


524 


2,455 


1.838 


100% of time 


7,885 


3,639 


491 


2,293 


1.462 


75% of time 


169 


91 


6 


21 


51 


50% of time 


328 


168 


5 


64 


91 


25% of time 


753 


420 


22 


77 


234 


Less then 25% of time 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


3monH,sor less 


6,381 


3,745 


477 


1,395 


764 


100% of time 


5,966 


3,458 


466 


1.344 


698 


75% of time 


82 


73 


5 


1 


3 


50% of time 


77 


56 


2 


10 


9 


25% of time 


256 


158 


4 


40 


54 


Lessthon 25% of time 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


3.1 -7.9 months 


2,283 


445 


38 


992 


SOS 


100% of time 


1,919 


181 


25 


949 


764 


75% of time 


31 


13 


1 


5 


12 


50% of lime 


117 


84 


2 


16 


15 


25% of time 


216 


167 


10 


22 


17 


Less then 25% of time 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


S months or more 


471 


128 


9 


68 


266 


75% of time 


56 


5 


_ 


15 


36 


50% of time 


134 


28 


1 


33 


67 


25% of lime 


281 


95 


8 


15 


163 


Less then 25% of time 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



1 FY 1967 lunds. Exclude: 



under BHPEMT t 



38 






























1 






NIH GRANTS AND OTHER AWARDS BY STATE AND TYPE OF AWARD, FY 1968* 








1 










(Dolbrs 


n tflousonds) 




































Fellows 


Tins and 


Reseorc 


h coreer 


Medic 


ol llbrorv 


State 


Total 


Reseorc 


h granlst 


Reseorch 


contracts 


Construe 


lion grants 


Train. 


ng grants 




esbips 




ords 




e grants* 




Number 


Amount 


Number§ 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Numbe 


Amount | 


Totol US. ond 
































Possessions 


51,189,514 


12,639 


$619,597 


1,053 


J95,303 


109 


$179,701 


4,698 


$237,233 


3,599 


$26,673 


1,267 


$26,809 


376 


J4.198 \ 


Alabomo 


11,807 


100 


4,755 


14 


2.811 




1,155 


62 


2.721 


11 


86 


12 


249 


3 


30 


Alaska 


517 


3 


434 


- 


- 


- 




2 


58 


2 


25 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Arizona 


2,630 


30 


1,015 


1 


95 




500 


27 


905 


15 


77 


1 


14 


2 


24 j 


Arkansas 


2,319 


44 


1,619 


2 


13 


- 


- 


21 


530 


10 


65 


3 


68 


2 


24 ( 


Colifornia 


135,680 


1,435 


80,030 


107 


10,212 




12,481 


423 


25.998 


593 


4.419 


124 


2,176 


45 


364 j 


Colorado 


12.332 


194 


7,625 


9 


404 




321 


68 


3.250 


53 


391 


16 


289 


7 


52 ) 


Connecticut 


33,367 


290 


12,671 


15 


854 




13,761 


86 


4,519 


104 


733 


32 


761 


6 


68 ( 


Delaware 


327 


12 


278 


1 


6 


- 


_ 


2 


30 


2 


11 


.- 


- 


1 


2 


District of Columbia 


16,201 


145 


6,349 


63 


3,086 




2,046 


66 


4,044 


51 


401 


9 


184 


5 


91 


Florida 


17,181 


245 


10,752 


14 


1,184 




71 


93 


4,268 


38 


290 


26 


534 


8 


82 


Georgia 


15.058 


149 


6,353 


7 


155 




4,513 


76 


3,479 


18 


166 


17 


327 


6 


65 


Howaii 


4.345 


55 


2,743 


8 


318 




245 


25 


956 


3 


21 


1 


28 


5 


34 


Idaho 


127 


- 


- 


1 


5 


- 


- 


10 


113 


1 


5 


- 


- 


2 


4 


Illinois 


49,804 


694 


29,020 


44 


3,246 




1.083 


232 


13.309 


216 


1.365 


72 


1.588 


16 


193 


Indiona 


19,357 


217 


9,402 


14 


857 




3.748 


83 


4.270 


105 


602 


19 


423 


6 


55 


Iowa 


18,063 


156 


6,310 


4 


79 1 3 


7.474 


85 


3.523 


58 


354 


11 


292 


5 


31 


Kansos 


7,513 


131 


4,524 


5 


187 1 - 


- 


61 


2,144 


36 


232 


18 


379 


6 


47 


See footnotes at end 


if table. 




























Continued 



NIH GRANTS AND OTHER AWARDS BY STATE AND TYPE OF AWARD, FY 19 
(Dollorsmlhousonds) 



39 



1 


State 


Total 


Research grontst 


Research contracts 


Construction grants 


Train 


ng grants 


Fellow 


ship ond 
eeships 


Research career 
owords 


Medico 


library 


[ 


Number 


Amount 


Number§ Amount 


Number Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Numbe 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Kentucky 


$ 7,153 


114 


$ 3,827 


3 


$ 53 


$ - 


80 


S 2,921 


11 


$ 72 


11 


S 226 


5 


$ 54 


lo„Uio„o 


28,918 


149 


8,379 


12 


1,228 


3 14,643 


79 


4,222 


26 


168 


12 


235 


4 


43 


PUcinc 


2,124 


30 


1,323 


6 


450 


- 


14 


265 


1 


5 


3 


75 


2 


6 


Moryland 


44,757 


378 


19,573 


95 


11,684 


2 3,669 


129 


7,329 


179 


1,453 


42 


970 


5 


79 


Massachusetts 


94,030 


1,007 


58,285 


94 


9,557 


6 2,990 


299 


16,614 


463 


3,456 


137 


2,735 


13 


393 


M 


chigon 


38,699 
26,787 


437 
338 


19,172 
15,548 


41 
19 


4,034 
1,423 


4 5,134 
2 617 


155 

138 


8,870 
7,915 


114 
67 


805 
600 


30 
24 


535 
567 


13 
8 


149 


M 




117 


M 


ssissippi 


3,820 


69 


2,427 


3 


154 


- 


33 


1,047 


12 


74 


5 


93 


2 


25 


M 


ssouri 


35,223 


320 


17,986 


14 


1,810 


1 6,538 


130 


7,465 


71 


647 


33 


707 


10 


70 


Mantona 


912 


18 


394 


2 


18 


- 


17 


393 


8 


43 


3 


43 


2 


21 


Nebraska 


7,482 


63 


1,996 


4 


824 


1 1,636 


54 


2,836 


7 


56 


5 


90 


5 


44 


Nevada 


298 


5 


99 


- 


- 


- 


6 


179 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


20 


New Hampshire 


2,730 


48 


1,753 


1 


10 


- 


27 


761 


5 


47 


6 


138 


2 


21 


New Jersey 


13,774 


143 


5,730 


27 


5,015 


1 541 


63 


1,947 


58 


380 


5 


97 


13 


64 


New Mexico 


6,345 


53 


1,738 


- 


- 


1 3,903 


18 


608 


5 


33 


1 


15 


2 


48 


New Yark 


176,898 


1,903 


98,173 


123 


11,023 


14 33,454 


511 


26,907 


394 


3,122 


165 


3,678 


51 


541 


North Carolina 


32,616 


355 


18,348 


27 


2,078 


1 1,218 


143 


9,103 


83 


660 


48 


1,141 


6 


68 


North Dokoto 


1,024 


9 


201 


3 


183 


- 


21 


570 


4 


24 


2 


40 


1 


6 


Ohio 


40,966 


453 


19,525 


44 


3,275 


4 7,683 


177 


8,459 


108 


801 


53 


1,126 


19 


97 



NIH GRANTS AND OTHER AWARDS BY STATE AND TYPE OF AWARD, FY 1968* (Com.) 

(Dollors in Ihousonds) 





Total 


Reseafc 


1 grontst 


Research 


contracts 


Construction grants 


Troin, 


ng grants 


Fellowsh 


p and 
hips 


Reseorcl 


ds 


Medico 


1 library 1 
, grontst 1 


State 


























1 




Number 


Amount 


Number§ 


Amount 


Number Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number Amount 


Number 


Amountj 


Oklahomo 


$ 11,332 


111 


$ 3,791 


3 


$ 90 


2 $ 5,174 


51 


$ 1,757 


18 


$ 145 


19 


$ 349 


4 


$ 26 


Oregon 


20,293 


179 


9,210 


8 


940 


3 6,402 


66 


3,132 


36 


270 


15 


304 


4 


35 


Ponnsylvonio 


77,697 


849 


40,722 


59 


4,729 


7 12,558 


322 


15,905 


146 


1,100 


98 


2,138 


34 


545 


Rhode Islond 


3,929 


72 


2,195 


3 


339 


1 536 


26 


792 


10 


60 


- 


- 


2 


7 


South Corolina 


1,965 


40 


1,097 


- 


- 


- 


27 


784 


2 


14 


2 


47 


5 


23 


Sooth Dokoto 


1,049 


9 


216 


- 


- 


1 459 


17 


323 


1 


2 


2 


36 


2 


13 


Tennessee 


20,345 


225 


10,839 


7 


612 


6 2,776 


95 


5,147 


42 


334 


27 


591 


4 


46 


Texos 


51,108 


417 


27,624 


29 


2,552 


6 11,956 


146 


7,037 


98 


708 


49 


1,107 


13 


124 


Utoh 


8,710 


109 


5,311 


6 


550 


1 632 


37 


1,510 


36 


259 


20 


432 


1 


16 


Vermont 


3,033 


53 


1,683 


4 


193 


- 


23 


897 


8 


77 


7 


168 


1 


15 


Virginio 


23,443 


144 


6,392 


64 


6,040 


7 7,523 


71 


2,951 


20 


158 


14 


332 


4 


47 


Woshinglon 


23,654 


296 


14,330 


16 


974 


5 90O 


102 


5.617 


106 


837 


37 


817 


3 


179 


West Vi.gioio 


2,655 


43 


1,353 


2 


219 


- 


32 


934 


5 


34 


2 


46 


1 


19 


Wisconsin 


24,174 


268 


15,177 


22 


1,469 


1 181 


124 


5,732 


137 


972 


28 


593 


6 


50 


Wyoming 


149 


5 


87 


- 


- 


- 


4 


53 


1 


7 


- 


- 


1 


2 


Guom 


318 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 318 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Puerto Rico 


4,475 


27 


1,213 


3 


266 


3 862 


39 


2,084 


1 


7 


1 


26 


1 


17 



cholarships, and opportunity grants). Exclude; 



ch grants 52.2 millic 



owords $0.03milli, 



(Includes reg 
$Each supple. 



TOTAL NIH STAFF* 
12,046 FULL-TIME SCIENTISTS AND SUPPORTIVE WORKERS 



41 



'MMUARr I, 1969 




NIH EMPLOYMENT BY OCCUPATIONAL GROUPING 
January 1, 1969 

Total NIH* 12,046 

Professional and scientific 4,075 

Administration 89 

Direct research 2,113 

Services 1,518 

Division of Research Grants 123 

Other extramural activities 232 

Sub-professional and technical support 1,948 

Administrative, clerical, and office services 4,529 

Plant operation and maintenance 1,494 

*lncludes full-time and regular part-time civil service employees, commissioned 
officers, staff fellows, and visiting scientists at Bethesda and in the field. 



FUNCTIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF NIH PERSONNEL 

12,046 FULL-TIME SCIENTISTS AND SUPPORTIVE WORKERS 



PROGRAM DIRECTION 1% 



'JANUARY I, 1969 




COLLflBORflTIVE 



1 






FUNCTIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF NIH PERSONNEL 


















Jonuory 


1 , 1 969 








Totol stoK 12,046- : 


Direct research 










4,125 


Central services 






4,321 |i 


Professional a 


nd 


cientific 




2,230 




Division of Research Services 




1,201 




Doctorate 






1,379 






Professional and scientific 


154 






Nondoctorote 




851 






Other 


1,047 






Sub-profession 


ol a 


nd technical 




1,122 




Clinical Center 




1,638 




Other 








773 




Professional and scientific 
Other 


601 
1,037 






Collaborative studie 










573 


Office of Admin. Mgt. 




1,222 




Professional a 


nd 


cientific 




247 




Professional and scientific 


3 






Doctorate 






123 






Other 


1,219 






Nondoctora 


e 




124 






Div. of Computer Res. & Tech. 




260 




Other 








326 




Professional and scientific 
Other 


84 
176 






Extramural research 










1,419 










Professional a 


nd 


cientific 




359 




Program direction (OD-NIH) 






128 


Other 








1,060 




Professional and scientific 
Other 

Other program staff 

Professional and scientific 
Other 




19 
109 

378 
1,102 


1,480 


■Includes full-time 


nd 


egulor port-t 


me civil serv 


ice empio 


ees, comm 


issioned officers, staff fellows, and vis 


ting scientis 


ts at Belhesda | 


and in the field. 





















NIH PROFESSIONAL STAFF* 
2210 PROFESSIONALS WITH DOCTORAL DEGREES 




BEHAVIORAL - 5% OF Ph. O's 



'JANUAKY I, 1969 



NIH PROFESSIONAL STAFF WITH DOCTORAL DEGREES, BY TYPE OF DOCTORATE AND DISCIPLINE 
January 1, 1969 



Microbiology 
Physiology 



Zoology 



D.D.S. 

D VM. 

D-Sc. 

DEd. 

DP H 

D. Med. Sci. 

D, Phorm. 

DO. 

D S.W. 

O D 

D. Sc. Hyg. 

DO. 

Pod. D. 



Plant pathology 
Plant physiology 
Botany 

Embryology 

Cytology 

Endocrinology 

Mycology 

Virology 

Husbandry 

Neurophysiology 



•Includes full-1 



CHRONOLOGY OF IMPORTANT DATES IN THE ^'' 

DEVELOPMENT OF NIH PROGRAMS 

1887 Research laboratory founded at Marine Hospital, Staten Island, N.Y., to meet new respon- 
I sibilities of Marine Hospital Service. 

'(1891 Hygienic Laboratory moves from Staten Island to Service headquarters, Washington, D.C. 

1902 Advisory Board for the Hygienic Laboratory established; later to become National Ad- 
visory Health Council. Act of Congress makes Service responsible for biologies control. 

1912 Name of Public Health & Marine Hospital Service changed to Public Health Service. 

1930 Hygienic Laboratory becomes National Institute of Health. 

1937 Congress authorizes National Cancer Institute. First research grants. 

1938 National Institute of Health moves to land donated by Mr. and Mrs. Luke I. Wilson at 
l_ Bethesda, Md. First research fellowships (NCI). 



1944 Public Health Service Act, giving general research authority. 

1945 Research grants extended, with central NIH responsibility. 

1947 Division of Research Grants established to process NIH grants and fellowships to noh-i 
Federal institutions and scientists. First training grants (NCI). 

1948 National Heart Institute authorized; other laboratories regrouped to form Microbiologicali 
Institute, Experimental Biology & Medicine Institute and National Institute of Dental 
Research. NIH becomes National Institutes of Health. 

1949 Mental hygiene program of Public Health Service transferred to NIH and expanded to 
become National Institute of Mental Health. 

1950 "Omnibus Act." National Institute of Neurological Diseases & Blindness and Nationo' 
Institute of Arthritis & Metabolic Diseases established, the latter absorbing Experij 
mental Biology & Medicine Institute. 

I 



Public Health Service becomes a constituent of newly created Department of Health, 
Education, & Welfare. Clinical Center opens. 

National Microbiological institute becomes National Institute of Allergy & Infectious 
Diseases. Division of Biologies Standards formed, assuming NMI's biologies control 
function. Division of Research Services established. 

Health Research Facilities Act, establishing program of matching grants for research 
construction in non-Federal institutions. 

Division of General Medical Sciences created. 

Office of Administrative Management formed, consolidating managerial activities. 

Public Health Service Act amended to provide for general support of research and re- 
search training programs in nonprofit institutions. International Health Research Act; 
NIH extends international programs. 



I 

50 '-j 

1962 Division of Research Facilities & Resources created. National Library of Medicine,! 
constituent of PHS since 1956, moves to NIH reservation. ! 

1963 Two Institutes (authorized in 1962) established — National Institute of General Medical 1 
Sciences (superseding DGMS) and National Institute of Child Health & Human Develop- 
ment. 

1964 Division of Computer Research and Technology established. 

1965 Division of Regional Medical Programs created to administer the "Heart Disease, Cancer, 
and Stroke Amendments of 1965." 

1966 Division of Environmental Health Sciences established. 

1967 National Institute of Mental Health becomes separate bureau of PHS. 

1968 John E. Fogarty International Center for Advanced Study in the Health Sciences estab-: 
lished. 



51 

PHS reorganized under Assistant Secretary for Health & Scientific Affairs, DHEW. Bureau 
of Health Manpower, formed in PHS the previous year, and National Library of Medicine 
become constituents of NIH. Regional Medical Programs transferred to new Health 
Services & Mental Health Administration, PHS. 

Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications established at NLM. National 
Eye Institute authorized. NINDB becomes National Institute of Neurological Diseases 
& Stroke. 

BHM becomes Bureau of Health Professions Education & Manpower Training and acquires 
the functions of DRFR. DEHS becomes National Institute of Environmental Health 
Sciences. 



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BASIC 
DATA 

ELATING TO THE 



NATIONAL 

INSTITUTES 

OF HEALTH 

1970 



PRINTED IN LIMITED QUANTITY FOR ADMINISTRATIVE USE 



Prepared by the staffs of the 

Associate Director for Program Planning & Evaluation 

and the 

Division of Research Grants 

NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH 

June 1970 



DHEW 

PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE 



BUREAU OF HEALTH 
PROFESSIONS EOUCATION 
AND MANPOWER TRAINING 



NATIONAL LIBRARY 
OF MEDICINE 




1 AUD[0-VISUAL I -] EXTRAMURAL 1 
CEMTER j PROGRAMS J 


OPERATlOMS ^^^^^p, 



FOREWORD 

Basic Data Relating to the National Institutes of Health, first compiled in 1954, has been issued annually since 1961. Single 
copies of the current number are available from NIH information offices. 

All data are derived from NIH records and studies. The Office of Resources Analysis, OD, develops the data on national support 
for biomedical R&D from annual surveys and other sources. The Statistical Analysis and Surveys Section, SA-DRG, compiles 
the remaining data and prepares the charts. The Special Projects Branch, OLA-OD, plans, edits and publishes. 

The reorganization of DHEW health programs in April 1968 added two major organizations to NIH — the Bureau of Health 
Professions Education & Manpower Training and the National Library of Medicine. These are included in all NIH data for FY 
1968, 1969 and 1970 unless otherwise noted. All NIH data for FY 1967 and thereafter exclude the National Institute of 
Mental Health, which became a separate bureau in January 1967. See the chronology for other major organizational changes. 

Funds for direct construction are excluded from all charts and tables. Scientific evaluation grants, student loans, and the Gorgas 
Memorial Laboratory grant are excluded from all tables showing number of trainees. Supplemental awards, unless otherwise 
noted, are combined with their parent awards (or with other supplements) when both are made from the same fiscal -year funds. 
The NIMH contribution to the general research support program is included in all tables and charts showing research grant data 
and, beginning is fiscal year 1967, is excluded from those showing appropriations and obligations. 

Trainees under BEMT training programs for developing additional health manpower are excluded from all tables showing the 
number of trainees. Funds under advance obligational authority are excluded from BEMT training program obligations. 

Dollars and percents may not exactly add to totals because of rounding. 



CONTENTS 

Medical Research & Health Professions Education — National 

Page 

Medical R & D as a Proportion of the Nation's Total Health Cost, 1950 - 69 (Chart) 1 

National Support for Total and Medical R&D, 1950 - 70 (Chart) 2 

National Support for Medical R&D, 1950 - 70 (Chart) 3 

National Support for Medical R&D, 1950 - 70 4 

Funds Obligated for Medical R&D, U.S. — 1970 Est. (Chart) 5 

NIH Funds as a Proportion of Nation's Medical R&D, 1970 Est. (Chart) 6 

Federal Support for Medical R&D, 1950 - 70 7 

N I H Acounts for - (Chart) 8 

Estimates of Supply and Requirements in Selected Health Occupations, 1970 9 
Number of Schools, Students and Graduates of Nine Health Professions, U.S. 1963 - 64 Through 1969 - 70 10 

NIH Appropriations & Obligations 

Growth and Functions, Consolidated Appropriations, 1955 - 70 (Chart) 1 1 

Consolidated Appropriations. 1956 - 70 12 



TotMl NIH 

Institute and Research Divisions 

Bureau of Health Professions Education & Manpower Training 

National Library of Medicine 



Appropriations, 1970 (Chart) 

Estimated Obliqations. 1970 

Estimated Obligations, 1970 

Estimated Obligations, 1970 

Estimated Obligations, 1970 

Obligated Funds by Function, 1955 - 70 (Chart) 

Obligated Funds by Function, 1956 - 70 

Obligations by Kind of Program, 1965 - 70 (Chart) 

Funds Obligated for R&D, 1955 - 69 (Chart) 

NIH Awards 

Grants and Awards by Year and Program, 1956 - 69 

Grants and Awards by Kind of Program, 1969 (Chart) 

Grants and Awards by Institute or Division and Program, 1969 

Grants and Awards by State and Program, 1969 

Percentage Distribution of Grants by Dollar-Award Interval, 1969 (Chart) 

Research, Training and Education Grants by Dollar-Award Interval, 1969 

Research Grants by Kind of Program, 1968 - 69 



Page 

Research Grants by Kind of Recipient Institution, 1968 - 69 31 

Research Grants to Domestic Institutions of Higher Education by IVIajor Component, 1968 - 69 32 

Research Grants by Discipline or Field, 1968 - 69 33 

Research Grants by Type, 1963 - 69 (Chart) 34 

Competing Research Grant Applications Reviewed, Approved and Awarded, 1963 - 69 (Chart) 35 

Award Rates for Council -Approved New Research Grant Applications, 1965, '67 and '69 36 

Training Grants and Awards by Program, 1963 - 69 37 

Support of Training and Education by Kind of Recipient Institution, 1969 38 

Support of Training and Education at Academic Institutions by Major Component, 1969 39 

Number of Trainees and Training and Education Awards by Field of Interest, 1969 40 

Number of Persons in Research Training Programs by Institute or Division, 1969 42 

Number of Trainees Under Research Training Grants and General Support Grants, 1969 43 

BEMT Funds Allocated for Educational Assistance, by Health Profession and Program, 1969 44 

BEMT Student Loan and Scholarship Programs, 1969 45 

NIHStaff, March 1, 1970 

Occupational Distribution of Personnel (Chart) 46 



Page 

Occupational Distribution of Personnel 47 

Functional Distribution of Personnel (Chart) 48 

Functional Distribution of Personnel 49 

Professional Staff (Chart) 50 

Professional Staff with Doctoral Degrees, by Type of Doctorate and Discipline 51 

National Library of Medicine 

NLM, Direct Operations, 1969 52 

History and Glossary 

Chronology of Important Dates in the Development of NIH Programs 53 

Glossary of Abbreviations 58 



MEDICAL R a D AS A PROPORTION OF THE NATION'S TOTAL HEALTH COST 

1950-1969 



1969 EST-$60 BILLION 



TOTAL HEALTH COST 




FEDERAL SHARE OF 

MEDICAL R ao SUPPORT 

(IN MILLIONS) 



FY 


ALL 
MED. 

Rao 


FED. 
MED. 
RBD 


% 


1950 


$161 


$73 


45 


1969 


2595 


1656 


64 



MEDICAL RESEARCH a DEVELOPMENT 



$ 2.6 BILLION — 4% OF 1969 
TOTAL HEALTH COST 



NATIONAL 

1970 EST-$27 BILLION 



SUPPORT FOR TOTAL AND MEDICAL R aD 

1950-1970 




TOTAL RESEARCH a 
DEVELOPMENT 



MEDICAL RESEARCH a DEVELOPMENT 

S2.7 BILLION- 10% OF 1970 
TOTAL R a D 



MILLION -5 6% OF 1950 TOTAL RSD) 



MILLIONS 
S 2000 — 



NATIONAL SUPPORT FOR MEDICAL R B D* 

1950-1970 




NATIONAL SUPPORT FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, 1950-1970* 
(Obligations in millions of dollars) 



Source of funds 



1950 1955 1960 1965 



1966 



Total 



$161 $261 $845 $1,837 $2,053 $2,266 $2,440 $2,595 



Government 




73 


144 


471 


1,229 


1,377 


1,524 


1,640 


1,728 


1,725 


Federal 




73 


139 


448 


1,174 


1,316 


1,459 


1,571 


1,656 


1,652 


State and local 




- 


5 


23 


55 


61 


65 


69 


72 


73 


Industry 




51 


62 


253 


450 


510 


565 


615 


675 


740 


Private support 




37 


55 


121 


158 


166 


177 


185 


192 


195 


Foundations and health agencies 


21 


31 


76 


88 


91 


100 


106 


110 


112 


Other private contributors 


- 


1 


12 


25 


28 


29 


30 


31 


32 


Endowment 




14 


16 


19 


19 


19 


19 


19 


19 


19 ' 


Institutions' own 


funds 


2 


7 


14 


26 


28 


29 


30 


32 


32 


'Covers only medical and health-related R&D- 


no train! 


ng or construction. 


Non-Federal data since 


1 964 are 


not strictly comparable 


with those for prior years, as coverage 


has been 


improved 


. 















FUNDS OBLIGATED FOR MEDICAL R a D 

UNITED STATES— 1970 EST 



BY SOURCE 



BY PERFORMER 




$ 2.7 BILLION 



$ 2.7 BILLION 



NIH FUNDS AS A PROPORTION OF NATION'S MEDICAL R a D 

1970 EST. 



NON-FEDERAL 




I 







FEDERAL SUPPORT FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, FY 1950-1970* 






7 










(Obligations 


n millions of dollars! 
















1950 


1965 


1960 


1965 


1968 


1969 


1970 Est. 


Department 






















Amount Percent 


Amount Percent 


Amount Percent 


Amount Percent 


Amount Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Total 


$73 


100.0 


S139 100.0 


$448 100.0 


$1,174 100.0 


$1,571 100.0 


$1,656 


100.0 


$1,652 


100.0 


AEC 


18 


24.6 


29 20.6 


50 11.1 


85 7.2 


96 6.0 


98 


5.9 


98 


5.9 


Agriculture 


5 


6.8 


9 6.4 


15 3.3 


40 3.4 


46 2.9 


48 


2.9 


51 


3.1 


Defense 


10 


13.7 


24 17.0 


42 9.5 


101 8.6 


114 7.3 


118 


7.1 


107 


6.5 


DHEW 


36 


49.4 


70 49.6 


311 69.3 


826 70.4 


1,128 71.8 


1,174 


70.9 


1,157 


70.0 


NIH 


(28) 


138.4) 


(601 (42.6) 


(2811 (62.6) 


(715) (60.9) 


(864)+ (54.9) 


(890)+ 


(53.7) 


(872)* 


(52.8) 


Interior 


t 


- 


t 


1 0.2 


1 0.1 


3 0.2 


4 


0.2 


13 


0.8 


NASA 


- 


- 


- 


: 0.2 


60 5.1 


109 6.9 


117 


7.1 


117 


7.1 


NSF 




- 


2 1.4 


12 2.7 


20 1.7 


21 1.3 


26 


1.6 


26 


1.6 


VA 


4 


5.5 


6 4.3 


15 3.3 


37 3.2 


46 2.9 


50 


3.0 


58 


3.5 


Other 


t 


- 


1 0.7 


2 0.4 


4 0.3 


11 0.7 


21 


1.3 


25 


1.5 



'Covers biomedical research (projects, 
t Less than $500,000. 
+ContainsBEMTand NLM. 



and general support) but not t 



6% OF ALL 
FEDERAL Ra D 




OTHER DHEW 2% 



OTHER AGENCIES 



NIH ACCOUNTS FOR- 

35% OF FEDERAL sr"""°'^ /^^ o o r 
AT EDUCATIONAL 




OTHER AGENCIES' 

$L5 BILLION 

1969 ESTIMATES. IN MILL 



.GENCV 


RSD 


EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS" | 


R a D 


ACADEMIC SCIENCE' 


ALL FED 


$15,483 


$1,541 


$2,361 


OHEW 

OE 

Ochc. DHEW 


890 
90 
287 


538 

1 31 


1 .262 
224 



$15 5 BILLION 



•excludes UNIVEHSn 




$2.4 BILLION 



ESTIMATES OF SUPPLY AND REQUIREMENTS IN 
SELECTED HEALTH OCCUPATIONS, 1970 



Profession 


Supply* 


Require- 
ments' 


Shortage 


Physicians^ 


318,000 


368,000 


50,000 


Dentists 


101,000 


116,000 


15,000 


Nurses (R.N.) 


700,000 


850,000 


150,000 


Selected health 
professions § 


177,000 


212,000 


35,000 


Allied health 
occupationsll 


886,000 


1,139,000 


253,000 



*Active personnel as of January 1, 1970, except for dentists (as of July 1, 1969). 
^Estimated by BEMT according to criteria which vary for each category. ^Doctors 
of medicine and osteopathy. § Optometrists, pharmacists, podiatrists, veterinarians. 
llAllied medical, dental, and environmental health occupations. 



10 



NUMBER OF SCHOOLS, STUDENTS AND GRADUATES OF NINE HEALTH PROFESSIONS, U.S., 
1963-64 THROUGH 1969-70" 



Academic year 


Medicine 


Osteopathic 
medicine 


Dentistry 


Optometry 


Pharmacy 


Pediatric 
medicine 


Veterinary 
medicine 


Nursing 
(R.N.)1 


Public 
health 


Number of schools: 




















1963-64 


87 


6 


48 


10 


76 


5 


18 


1,148 


12 


1965-66 


88 


5 


49 


10 


74 


5 


18 


1,193 


13 


1967-68 


95 


5 


60 


10 


74 


5 


18 


1,269 


15 


1969-70 


101 


6 


63 


11 


74 


5 


18 


1,339 


16 


Total enrollment: 




















1963-64 


32,001 


1,594 


13,691 


1,372 


10,405 


560 


3,727 


124,744 


t 


1965-66 


32,835 


1,681 


14,020 


1,776 


12,496 


704 


4,128 


135,702 


* 


1967-68 


32,538 


1,823 


14,955 


1,998 


14,274 


921 


4,616 


141,948 


» 


1969-70 


37,238 


1,997 


16,008 


2,489 


15,309 


1,097 


4,868 


150,795 


t 


First-year students: 




















1963-64 


8,772 


441 


3,770 


516 


4,446 


195 


1,059 


52,667 


t 


1965-66 


8,759 


464 


3,806 


643 


4,647 


220 


1,243 


60,701 


t 


1967-68 


9,479 


509 


4,200 


646 


5,616 


290 


1,311 


61,389 


t 


1969-70 


10,363 


577 


4,355 


786 


5,416 


293 


1,339 


65,000 


t 


Graduates: 




















1963-64 


7,336 


354 


3,213 


336 


2,218 


96 


834 


35,259 


869 


1966-66 


7,674 


360 


3,198 


417 


3,692 


135 


912 


35,125 


1,079 


1967-68 


7,973 


427 


3,457 


477 


4,039 


162 


1,087 


41,555 


1,298 


1969-70 


8,267 


433 


3,650 


445 


4,780 


251 


1,206 


40,800 


1,600 « 



* Includes only schools for professions covered by provisions of the Health Professions Educational Assistance Act, the Nurse Training Act, and the Public 
Health Service Act, Sec. 306 & 309. Data refer to schools in full operation and new schools beginning in the year in which the first students were enrolled. 
I^Data refer either to nursing schools or to programs for nurse education. * Not available. 5 Preliminary. 



NIH GROWTH AND FUNCTIONS 

CONSOLIDATED APPROPRIATIONS, FY 1955-FY 1970* 



It 




DIRECT 

OPERATIONS* 

20% 



1955 



I960 1965 1970 

" CONTAINS ALL PRESENT AND FORMER NIH ACTIVITIES, INCLUDING MENTAL HEALTH THROUGH FY 1966 AND REGIONAL MEDICAL PROGRAMS FY 1966-1968- 
EXCLUDES DIRECT CONSTRUCTION ' BUT CONTAINS DIRECT TRAINING ($0 9 MILLION IN FY 1970)- » BUT CONTAINS SCIENTIFIC EVALUATION GRANTS 

($2 6 MILLION IN FY 19701. § CONTAINS ALL OF 8I0L0GICS STANDARDS^ BIOMETRY, EPID,, AND FIELD STUDIES ; COMPUTER RES. 8 TECH.; AND 

INTERNATIONAL RES. ( DIRECT ) . 



12 



CONSOLIDATED NIH APPROPRIATIONS, FISCAL YEARS 1956-1970* 
(In thousands of dollars) 





Activity 




1956 


1958 


1960 


1962 


1954 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


Total 






S98,458 


$241,183 


5430,000 


S771.585 


$974,454 


S1,244,406 


$1,111,888 


$1,178,924 


$1,394,052 


$1,521,395 


Research 






69,175 


152,244 


271,746 


436,891 


580,939 


650,280 


671,396 


714,067 


730,546 


739,673 


Grants^ 






39,588 


99.629 


195,914 


339,079 


445.881 


465,356 


468,079 


492,746 


488,321 


487,761 


Laboralori 


•sSi clinics 




27,414 


38,170 


49,885 


69,674 


71.138 


82,728 


78,647 


81,165 


86,648 


89,871 


Collaborati 


i/e research 


& development 


900 


12,340 


22,142 


25,088 


58.060 


91,460 


109,726 


113,037 


126,776 


135,200 


Other f 






1,273 


2,105 


2,805 


3.050 


5,860 


10,736 


14,944 


27,119 


28,801 


26,842 


Training 






17,363 


39,631 


89,942 


148.061 


219.853 


267,603 


185,407 


194,196 


263,338 


287,372 


Research t 


ainingSt t 


aineeships 


14.502 


32,932 


75,037 


118.506 


172.602 


209,166 


133,532 


138,076 


142,600 


148,692 


Fel'shps, sc 


h'shps, res 


career aw. 


2,800 


6,440 


14,570 


29.080 


46.786 


56,330 


50,990 


54,991 


74,881 


76,710 


Traineeship grants 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20,020 


20,020 


Student lot 


ns 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


24,810 


41,098 


Direct trair 


ing 




61 


269 


335 


475 


1,465 


2,107 


885 


1,129 


1,026 


852 


Institutional s 


ppon & development 


_ 


30,000 


30,000 


55,000 


86,000 


188,700 


101.266 


91,033 


242,791 


318.783 


Constructic 


n 




_ 


30,000 


30,000 


35.000 


56,000 


106,000 


56,000 


35,000 


93,200 


126,100 


Other gene 


al support 


programs! 


- 


- 


- 


20.000 


30,000 


82,700 


45,266 


56,033 


149,591 


192.683 


Resources support & development 


6.490 


8,676 


17,637 


91,000 


62,950 


104,190 


125,253 


145,133 


111,729 


124,461 


Clinical research centers 


- 


- 


2,923 


59,000 


39,950 


50,040 


51,403 


41,593 


46,154 


54,114 


Other special resource 


sll 


6,490 


8,676 


14,714 


32,000 


23,000 


54,150* 


73,850* 


103,540* 


65,575 


70,347 


Program management 




5.440 


10,632 


20,675 


40,633 


24,712 


33.633 


28,566 


34,495 


45,650 


51,106 



'Includes NIMH through FY 1966 8t BEMT & NLM for FY 1969 & 1970- Excludes direct cortstruction & foreign currency program. ^Includes regular programs, heart co-op. drug study, pharma.- 
tox. research, & ICMRT. ^Includes biometry, epid. & field studies; biologies standards; computer res. & tech.; St international center (direct). ^General res. support, educational improvement, & 
allied hedlth developmental grants. Hlncludes. where applicable, state control programs; community demonstration projects, anesthesiology -diagnostic radiology, leukemia research support, mental 
retardation, & specialized research centers, dental research & env. health sci. institutes; animal & special research resources; Gorgas Memorial Lab.; & library resources support & operations. 
^Includes regional med. programs. 



NIH APPROPRIATIONS, FISCAL YEAR 1970 ^^ 

{IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS) 

ror/lZ. INSTITUTES a research divisions $1056 




BUREAU OF HEALTH PROFESSIOHS EDUCATION 
a MANPOWER TRAINING $445 ' 



NATIONAL LIBRARY 
OF MEDICINE 



SERVICE a ADMINISTRATIVE 
ACT I VI TIES! $ SO) * 



\ I 



.■?&>' 



D' 



FINANCED FROM GR 8 S APPROPRIATION. * FUNDED FROM FIVE APPROPRIATIONS: CONSTRUCTION..- $126 MILLION, DENTAL HEALTH $12 MILLION, GRSS $72 MILLION 

HEALTH MANPOWER $234 MILLION, AND PAYMENT OF SALES INSUFFICIENCIES AND INTEREST LOSSES $1 MILLION. DRR ALSO ADMINISTERS $52.9 MILLION IN GENERAL 
RESEARCH SUPPORT GRANTS, FROM ABOVE INSTITUTE APPROPRIATIONS. * FINANCED BY REIMBURSEMENT FROM THE ABOVE APPROPRIATIONS. 



ESTIMATED OBLIGATIONS, FISCAL YEAR 1970: TOTAL NIH' 
(In thousands of dollars) 







Institutes and 


Bureau of Health 




Activity 


Total 
NIH 


Research 


Professions Education 


National Library of 
Medicine 




Divisions 


and Manpower Training 


Total 


$1,443,966 


$981,556 


$442,447 


$19,963 


Research 


693,711 


683.292 


9,429 


990 


Grants 


450,098 


444,557 


4,551 


990 


Laboratories and clinics 


90,764 


90,764 


- 


- 


Collaborative research and development 


128,215 


125,124 


3,091 


- 


Other 


24,634 


22,847 


1,787 


- 


Training 


255,475 


178,455 


76,037 


983 


Research training & traineeships 


133,681 


130,996 


1,702 


983 


Fellowships, scholarships & res. career prog. aw. 


71,681 


46,771 


24,964 


-. 


Traineeship grants 


20,020 


- 


20,020 


- 


Student loans 


29,351 


- 


29,351 


- 


Direct training 


688 


688 


- 


- 


Institutional support and development 


332,101 


50,310 


281,791 


- 


Construction 


149,281 


- 


149,281 


- 


Other general support programs 


182,820 


50,310 


132,510 


- 


Resources support and development 


110.060 


35,166 


59,095 


15,799 


Clinical research centers 


45,440 


10,436 


35,004 


- 


Other special resources 


64,620 


24,730 


24,091 


15,799 


Program management 


52.619 


34,333 


16.095 


2,191 



'Obligations - appropriations ± carryover and ± transfers and - 



Supplementary data for t/D, BEMT, and N LM are shown in following tables. 



15 



Activity 


Total 


NIAID 


NIAMD 


NCI 


NICHD 


NIDR 


NEI 


NIEHS 


NIGMS 


NHLI 


NINDS 


FIC 


Total 


S9ai,556 


S97.493 


S131.388 


5180,648 


S74,132 


328.579 


S23.785 


S17.568 


S148.192 


S160.419 


S95.909 


S2.951 


Research 


683,292 


75.935 


98.031 


142,476 


51,485 


15.822 


16.794 


9.593 


71.452 


119.354 


67.801 


1.864 


Grams' 


141,557 


49,123 


75.775 


58.340 


36.448 


9.575 


15.310 


4.525 


67.904 


81.389 


46.038 


130 


Laboratories & clinics 


90,764 


15,547 


15.897 


18.092 


6.262 


4.954 


818 


5.068 


- 


14.090 


10.036 




Collaborative research & development 


125,124 


1 1 ,265 


5.650 


66.044 


6.574 


831 


332 


- 


3.548 


22.088 


8.692 


- 


Biometrv. epidemiology, & field studies 


8,428 


_ 


709 


- 


2.101 


462 


334 


_ 


_ 


1.787 


3.035 


- 


Biologies stanaardsf f 


8,223 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


Computer research & technology'' f 


4,462 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




International center (direct) 


1,734 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


" 


- 




1.734 


Training 


178,455 


12,608 


20,494 


14.384 


12.979 


6.695 


3.874 


3,761 


62.032 


23.675 


16.886 


1.067 


Research training & traineeships 


130.996 


8.922 


15.012 


10.774 


9.292 


- 5.166 


2.998 


3.597 


44.127 


16.943 


14.165 


- 


Fellowships & res. career aw. 


46.771 


3.581 


5.482 


3.610 


3.616 


1.529 


876 


164 


17.626 


6.563 


2.657 


1.067 


Direct training 


688 


105 


- 


- 


71 


- 


- 


- 


279 


169 


64 


- 


nstitutional support & developr7ient§ 


50,310 


5,496 


8.852 


6,430 


4.259 


1.119 


1.690 


528 


7.603 


8.856 


5.477 


- 


Resources support & development 


35.166 


1,536 


1.380 


13,523 


2.324 


3.780 


686 


2.850 


950 


5.092 


3.045 


_ 


Categorical clinical research centers 


10,436 


1,036 


1.380 


- 


449 


380 


686 


_ 


_ 


4.250 


2.255 


- 


Dental & envir, health institutes 


6,250 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


3.400 


_ 


2.850 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


Other research centers!' 


17.980 


- 


- 


13,523 


1.875 


- 


_ 


_ 


950 


842 


790 


- 


Gorgas Memorial Laboratofv 


500 


500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Program management 


34,333 


1.918 


2,631 


3.835 


3.085 


1.163 


741 


836 


6.155 


3.442 


2.700 


20 


Program direction 


5.688 


319 


330 


1.136 


850 


359 


130 


363 


1.108 


624 


469 


- 


Scientific evaluation 


2,893 


100 


80 


151 


200 


82 


25 


20 


1.787 


163 


265 


20 


Review & approval 


17,945 


1,499 


2,221 


2.548 


2.035 


722 


536 


453 


3.260 


2.655 


1.966 


- 


Salaries & expenses, OD^ 


7.807 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



^Funds included in t 



*GRS grants admin, by BEMT. I lAnesthesiology -diagnostic radiology, 



16 



ESTIMATED OBLIGATIONS, FISCAL YEAR 1970: BUREAU OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION AND MANPOWER TRAINING 

(In thousands of dollars} 



Activity 


Total 


DHMES 


DPM 


DDH 


DN 


DAHM 


DERF 


DRR 


Oir. H 


Total 


S*42,447 


S148,118 


S2.881 


S10.824 


S34.037 


S31.400 


S150.848 


S62.678 


S1.661 ■ 


Research 


9.429 


- 


1.252 


3.773 


2.906 


143 


- 


1.356 


- 1 


Grants 


4.551 


- 


837 


1.259 


2.456 


- 


- 


- 


- H 


Contracts 


3.091 


- 


415 


877 


300 


143 


- 


1.356 


- 


Direct 


1,787 


- 


- 


1,637 


150 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Training 


76.037 


44,892 


_ 


800 


20.317 


9.550 


_ 


478 


- 


Research training 


1,702 


_ 


_ 


650 


700 


_ 


_ 


352 


- 


Fel'shps. sch'shps, res. career aw. 


24,964 


15.541 


_ 


150 


9.147 


_ 


_ 


126 


- 


Traineeship grants 


20,020 


_ 


_ 


_ 


10.470 


9.550 


_ 


_ 


— 


Student loans 


29,351 


29.361 


_ 


_ 


^ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


Direct training 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Institutional support & development 


281,791 


101.400 


_ 


3.651 


7,000 


20.459 


149.281 


_ 


, 


Construction grants 


149.281 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


149.281 


— 


- 


Educational improvement* 


131,272 


101.400 


- 


3.651 


7,000 


19.221 


- 


- 


- 


Allied health developmental grants 


1,238 


- 


-. 


- 


- 


1.238 


- 


- 


- 


Resources support & development 


59,095 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


59,095 


- 


Clinical research centers 


35,004 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


35.004 


- 


Animal resources 


14,224 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


14,224 


- 


Special research resources 


9,867 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9.867 


" 


Program management 


16.095 


1.826 


1,629 


2.600 


3,815 


1.248 


1.567 


1.749 


1,661 


Program direction 


12,236 


_ 


1.598 


2.527 


3.723 


1.227 


953 


597 


1.611 


Educ, services, review & approval 


3,090 


1.791 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


456 


843 


- 


Scientific evaluation 


305 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


90 


215 


- 


Reimbursement to management fund 


464 


35 


31 


73 


92 


21 


68 


94 


50 



Includes insi 
formula grant' 



jtional and S[>ecial -project grants for nursing and other health professions; allied health improvement grants; dental a 
) schools of public health; and project grants for graduate training in public health. 



and continuing edu< 



ESTIMATED OBLIGATIONS, FISCAL YEAR 1970; NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE 
(In thousands of dollars) 



17 



Activity 


Total 


Extramural 
Programs 


Library 
Operations 


Specialized 

Information 

Services 


National 

Medical 

Audiovisual 

Center 


Lister Hill 

Nat. Center 

for Biomedical 

Communications 


Office of 
Director 


Total 


$19,963 


$6,761 


$7,160 


$1,507 


$2,050 


$898 


$1,587 


Research 


990 


990 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Grants 


990 


990 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Training 


983 


983 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Grants 


983 


983 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Institutional support and development 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Resources support and development 


15,799 


4.184 


7,160 


1.507 


2,050 


898 


- 


Program management 


2,191 


604 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


1.587 


Review and approval 


604 


604 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Program direction 


1,587 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,587 



18 



NIH OBLIGATED FUNDS BY FUNCTION, FY 1955-1970 

EXCLUDING PROGRAMS THAT HAVE BEEN TRANSFERRED OUT* 




EST- TOTAL 
I 970 -$1444 



NIH OBLIGATED FUNDS BY FUNCTION, EXCLUDING PROGRAMS THAT HAVE BEEN TRANSFERRED OUT. FISCAL YEARS 1956-1970" 

(In thousands of dollars) 



19 



Activity 


1956 


1958 


1960 


1962 


1964 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 est. 


Total 


$76,741 


$197,545 


$337,445 


$565,295 


$755,788 


$926,305 


$1,032,307 


$1,083,424 


$1,465,942 


$1,443,966 


^esearcli 


60,914 


134,664 


227.410 


360,531 


477.433 


572,113 


652,692 


681,825 


706.610 


693.711 


Grants' 


36,946 


87,561 


163,234 


268,274 


353.296 


407,691 


457,583 


470,961 


470,630 


450,098 


Laboratories and clinics 


23,569 


33,863 


41,682 


52,896 


61,686 


69,692 


71,777 


77,421 


88,090 


90,764 


Collaborative research & development 


- 


11,102 


19,795 


36,326 


66,561 


86,562 


102,443 


111,561 


122,638 


128,215 


Other* 


1,400 


2,148 


2,699 


3,036 


5,991 


8,268 


20,889 


21,882 


25,252 


24,634 


fraining 


10,939 


25,304 


61,519 


100,130 


133.024 


169.124 


183,283 


187.317 


278.814 


255,475 


Research training & traineeships 


8,459 


19,298 


48,476 


76,861 


97.872 


123.089 


133,853 


134,276 


143,754 


133,681 


Fel'shps.. sch'shps., res. career aw. 


2,480 


5,872 


12,860 


23,050 


34,725 


45,453 


48,651 


52,192 


71,763 


71.735 


Traineeship grants 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


19,873 


20,020 


Student loans 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


42,605 


29,351 


Direct training 


- 


134 


183 


229 


427 


582 


779 


849 


819 


688 


nstitutional support & development 


_ 


30,000 


30,040 


52,583 


80,370 


95,621 


85,666 


92,617 


323,184 


332,101 


Construction 


- 


30,000 


30,040 


35,010 


49,990 


56,260 


40,400 


38,400 


173,593 


149,281 


Other general support programs * 


- 


- 


- 


17,673 


30,380 


39,361 


45,266 


54,217 


149,591 


182.820 


Resources support 8i development 


115 


306 


4,567 


40,342 


48.378 


67,299 


83.930 


89,773 


112.133 


110,060 


Clinical research centers 


_ 


- 


2,600 


26,268 


36,767 


46,206 


39,036 


40.974 


45,798 


45,440 


Other special resourcesll 


lis 


306 


2,067 


14,074 


11,621 


21,093 


44,894 


48,799 


66,335 


64,620 


'rogram management 


4,773 


7,271 


13,909 


11,709 


16.533 


22.148 


26,736 


31,892 


45.201 


52,619 



- . control grants, community demonstration projects, regional medical programs, direct construction, & foreign currency program. Includes BEMT & NLM for FY 1969 & 1970. 

Includes regular programs, heart co-op. drug study, pharma.-tox. research, & tCMRT. * Includes biometry, epid. 8t field studies, biologies standards, computer res. & tech.; & international center 
*> General res. support, educational improvement, & allied health developmental grants. || Includes, where applicable, anesthesiology -diagnostic radiology, leukemia research support, 

it research & env. health sci. institutes; animal & special research resources, Gorgas Memorial Lab.; & library resources support & operations. 



Excludes NIMH, 



rental retardation, & specialized research c 



$600 

500 

400 I* 

t 

300 'f 

200 f 

100 I 



NIH OBLIGATIONS BY KIND OF PROGRAM, FISCAL YEARS 1965-1970** 

(IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS) 

$300 



^?!?3 r?^--^ 






$300 







■65 66 '67 ' E^jT 
RESEARCH bRANTS' 


• iL 


1 PR 


OGBIVMS SHOWN 1>5 PRESENTLY SFFILUTED 


FOB E 


OBM 


E. BEMT AND NLM ARE INCLUDED THROUGHOUT 
. DIRECT CONSTRUCTION AND THE FOREIGN 


'™ 


ESEA 


> INCLUDES DEMT GRANTS FOR RESEARCH 
RCH TRAINING (SS MILLION EST FOR FT 19701. 


OCBT 


DES 


ONSTRUCTION, DRR AND GRS & INCLUDES 
NICS; BIOMETRY, EPID S F 1 El D S TUOl ES , DBS. 
COLLAB RES a DEV.-EXCEPT RES CONTRACTS 




100 



-nrinn 

H LJ LJ I 1 ' 



6 bfo b/' bb fay /Ut:>t 

GRANTS FOR LIBRARIES AND CONSTRUCTION 



m m \'. 




NIH FUNDS OBLIGATED FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, FISCAL YEARS 1955-1969* 



21 




1955 I960 

•excluding NIMH AND REGIONAL MEDICAL PROGRAMS. 
'INCLUDES DRR AND GRS GRANTS. 
•includes biometry, EPIDEMIOLOGY AND FIELD STUDIES 



1965 

^INCLUDES COLLAB. STUDIES (EXCEPT CONTRACTS), FOREIGN CURRENCY 
PROGRAM, AND DIRECT RES. OTHER THAN LAB. S CLIN. EXCLUDES 
CONSTRUCTION. 



NIH GRANTS AND AWARDS BY YEAR AND PROGRAM. FISCAL YEARS 1956-1969 
(Amounts in millions of dollars) 



Fiscal 


Total 
amount' 


Research grants' 


Research contracts 


Construct 


on grants 


Train 
educati 


ngand 
on grants 


Fellowships, t 
res. career prog 


r'ships 81 
awards* 




Numbers Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Numbers 


Amount 


Numbers 


Amount 


Numt>erS 


Amount 


1966 


$ 64.7 


3,475 $ 40.4 


- 


$ - 


- 


S - 


699 


$ 13.5 


1,816 


$ 4,4 


1957 


156.1 


6,300 82.9 


43 


1.9 


109 


30.0 


1,119 


25,6 


2,575 


7.3 


1958 


191.3 


7.134 101.3 


176 


11.0 


177 


30.2 


1,367 


31.9 


2,759 


8.5 


1959 


260.2 


9,056 141.4 


321 


17.2 


205 


31.6 


1,934 


48.9 


3,306 


12.7 


1960 


354.7 


11,571 198.8 


286 


23.1 


171 


30.8 


2,626 


73.7 


4,255 


17.9 


1961 


481.0 


13,534 272.9 


311 


22.9- 


166 


38,0 


3,586 


108.4 


4,480 


24.3 


1962 


600.3 


14,975 372.1 


419 


28.1 


112 


36.8 


3,697 


115.9 


4,085 


29.6 


1963 


710.1 


15,973 430.9 


496 


38.3 


178 


61.3 


4,114 


140.6 


4,561 


38.0 


1964 


816.9 


16,020 497.9 


597 


42.7 


129 


53.9 


4,346 


165.9 


4,872 


44,5 


1965 


892.8 


15,792 538.8 


474 


48.6 


120 


64.9 


4,568 


183.9 


5,297 


49.8 


1966 


1,042.2 


15,686 601.0 


590 


53.3 


178 


100.5 


4,731 


205.7 


5,842 


55.7 


1967 


926.9 


14,313 593.3 


835 


83.9 


75 


42.3 


2,497 


131.7 


4,819 


50.4 


1968 


1.234.0 


13,400 626.0 


1,0888 


96.2 


110 


179.7 


4,749ll 


237.5'! 


5,065 


56.5 


1969 


1,249.9* 


12,578 627,6 


1,215S 


104.5 


77 


176.8 


4,839ll 


278.0ll 


5,326 


38.9 



'Includes, where applicable. State control programs, community demonstration projects, staffing grants, DRMP planning grants, and medical library grants. "•"Includes 
general support grants which are research -re I a ted and research resources grants. ^ Includes part-time and postsophomore research fellows through FY 1961 . ^ Each 
supplemental grant or agreement is counted separately. Hlncludes 2,449 l/D training grants for $132.0 million in FY 1968 and 2,396 for $138.0 million in FY 1969. 
Also includes educational improvement, allied health developmental, scholarship & opportunity, and traineeship grants. ^Includes $2.8 million for medical library 
resource grants and $1.4 million for regional medical library program grants. 



NIH GRANTS AND AWARDS BY KIND OF PROGRAM, FISCAL YEAR 1969 



23 



N MILLIOMS 
200 



RESEARCH PROJECTS 

RESEARCH PROGRAM 

PROJECTS 
RESEARCH CENTERS a 

RESOURCES 
GENERAL SUPPORT — 

RESEARCH-RELATED 

RESEARCH CONTRACTS 

TRAINING a ED GRANTS 
(EXCEPT SCHOLARSHIPS 

RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS 
a TRAINEESHIPS 

RESEARCH CAREER 
PROGRAM AWARDS 

STUDENT LOANS 

SCHOLARSHIPS a 

OPPORTUNITY GRANTS 
EDUCATIONAL 

CONSTRUCTION 

RESEARCH CONSTRUCTION 
MEDICAL LIBRARY GRANTS 




NIH GRANTS AND AWARDS BY INSTITUTE OR DIVISION AND PROGRAM, FISCAL YEAR 1969' 
(Amounts in millions of dollars) 



Institute 


Total 


Resear 


h grants' 


Research contracts 


Construe 


ion grants 


Training and 


ed. grants 


Fellowsh 


ps' 


Res. care 


er prog, aw 


Division 


Number 


Amount 


Numtier 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Total 


S1.249.9" 


12,435 


S627.6 


995 


S104.5 


77 


SI 76.8 


4,804 


S278.0 


4,061 


S30.9 


1,255 


S280 


l/D 


790.5 


1 1.609 


500.0 


821 


95.0 


- 


- 


2,364 


138.0 


3,827 


29.6 


1.254 


28.0 


NIAID 


73.2 


1.349 


50.1 


117 


9.6 


- 


- 


174 


9.4 


168 


1.5 


118 


2.6 


NIAMD 


110.8 


2.437 


83.2 


63 


4.9 


- 


- 


315 


16.0 


306 


2.9 


156 


3.8 


NCI 


131.9 


1.228 


73.0 


293 


42.9 


- 


- 


214 


11.7 


234 


2.1 


98 


2.2 


NICHD 


57.8 


938 


37.7 


101 


5.9 


_ 


- 


154 


9.9 


173 


1.7 


108 


2.5 


NIDR 


21.4 


285 


13.8 


16 


0.4 


_ 


_ 


106 


5.3 


77 


0.8 


51 


1.0 


NIEHS 


12 3 


117 


8 1 


6 


0.4 


- 


- 


48 


3.6 


16 


1 


4 


0.1 


NIGMS 


143.4 


1.486 


73.7 


12 


1.9 


_ 


— 


624 


46.5 


2.080 


12.9 


393 


8.4 


NHI 


131 8 


1.837 


90.1 


121 


16.0 


_ 


_ 


398 


18.8 


220 


21 


210 


4.9 


NINDS 


98.7 


1,878 


67.8 


51 


7.9 


- 


- 


331 


166 


373 


3.8 


116 


2.6 


Other* 


9-1 


54 


2.4 


41 


5.1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


ISO 


1.6 


- 


- 


BEMT 


447.2 


768 


126.0 


136 


5.8 


74 


175.5 


2,426 


138.711 


229 


1.2 


1 


* 


DAHM 


13.2 


_ 


_ 


8 


0.6 


_ 


_ 


320 


12.6 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


DDH 


6.2 


34 


1.3 


35 


0.9 


- 


_ 


57 


39 


12 


0.1 


1 


* 


DERF 


21.5 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


20 


21 5 


_ 


_ 


^ 


_ 


_ 




DHMES 


96.4 


_ 


_ 


5 


0.3 


- 


_ 


1,022 


95.9 


62 


0.3 


_ 




ON 


51.6 


55 


2.6 


55 


1.8 


33 


20.6 


1,018 


26.9 


140 


0.6 


_ 




DPM 


135.6 


1 1 


0.9 


23 


1.2 


21 


133.4 


- 


_ 


^ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


DRR 


122.8 


667 


121.3 


10 


10 


- 


- 


9 


0.4 


15 


0.1 


- 




NLM 


12.1" 


58 


1.6 


38 


3.7 


3 


1.3 


14 


1.3 


5 


0.1 


- 


- 



s follows: research, S2 2 million, training, SO. 9 million, and 
'34 iraineeships for S2 8 million. NINDS. and 62 for SO. 3 n 
;s. S97-1 million, allied health developmental grants. S1.3 n 
medical library resource grants and SI A million for regionj 



esearch career prog, awards, SO 05 million, t includes gen. ; 
lion. DHMES ''CC. DBS, OCRT. ORS. FIC. OD and lOir 
lion, scholarship & opportunity grants, S17.8 million; and I 
medical library program grants. 



Ulncludes research training gm 
aineeship grants, $210 million. 



25 



State 


Total 


Research 


.a„,s- 


Number 




Number Amouni 


Number 


n'^ams' 


FetiiiM 
Number 


eeships 

Amount 


Research career 


Medical library 




Number 


^oun, 


Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Total 


S1.249.85l 


12.435 


S627.5S1 


995 


S104.487 


77 S176.776 


4.804 


5277,971 


4.061 


S30.901 


1.255 


S27.962 


396 


S4.173 


Total U.S 


1.242.901 


12.112 


623,130 


966 


103.500 


77 176.776 


4.800 


277.904 


3.920 


29.452 


1.255 


27.962 


396 


4.173 


Alaska 


13.976 
513 


3 


438 


'^ 


3,269 


2 1.018 


59 


2,946 


20 


165 


9 


217 


3 


22 


Ari^o^a 


3.242 


46 


1.390 




114 


2 469 


34 


1,129 


20 


89 


2 


33 


2 


18 


Arkansas 


2.799 


42 


1.448 




29 




27 


1,132 


17 


94 


3 


78 


2 


18 


California 


135.511 


1.461 


84.553 


112 


13,056 




426 


29,949 


675 


5.215 


121 


2.251 


49 


487 


Colorado 


14.997 


202 


8,202 


11 


540 


1 1,392 


73 


4,007 


61 


480 


18 


338 


7 


38 


Connecticut 


21.176 


290 


13.388 


15 


1,302 




93 


4,866 


112 


778 


30 


792 


6 


50 


Delaware 


2,108 


8 


252 




59 


1 1.746 


3 


36 


2 


13 




- 


1 


2 


District of Columbia 


16.130 


140 


6,955 


35 


3,748 


- 


68 


4,921 


48 


300 


6 


130 


6 


76 


Florida 


18,297 


235 


10,054 


18 


1,773 


1 702 


95 


4.900 


41 


312 


23 


494 


8 


62 


Georgia 


13.960 


159 


7,088 


11 


529 


2 1.583 


77 


4.178 


24 


206 


13 


327 


6 


49 


Hawaii 


3.867 


46 


2,312 




395 


- 


22 


1.084 


3 


24 


2 


26 


5 


26 


Idaho 


616 


1 


15 




40 


1 


7 


188 


1 


5 


- 




1 


2 


Illinois 


59.776 


641 


28,844 


48 


5,381 


4 6.858 


236 


15,496 


217 


1.473 


60 


1.400 


18 


324 


Indiana 


25.318 


210 


9.103 


11 


564 


4 9.720 


84 


4,693 


108 


669 


25 


528 


6 


41 


Iowa 


18.287 


152 


6.241 


10 


413 


1 7,008 


84 


3,848 


49 


340 


17 


414 


5 


23 


Kansas 


8.779 


123 


4.783 


3 


121 


2 969 


58 


2.281 


29 


190 


18 


400 


6 


35 



3RANTS AND AWARDS BY STATE AND PROGRAM, FISCAL YEAR 19 
(Amounts in thousands of dollars) 





Total 


Research 


grants' 


Research contracts 


Construction grants 


Trai 


ingand 
on grants' 


Fellowships and 
traineeships 


Research career 
program awards 


Medical library 
grants' 




N„r,t„r 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number Amount 


mucky 


S 7,474 


99 


S 3.436 


4 


S 80 


S - 


76 


S 3.704 


14 S 85 


5 


S 129 


5 S 40 


H.iiiana 


15,088 


166 


8.475 


16 


1,120 


1 234 


81 


4.801 


24 163 


11 


259 


6 36 


a.ne 


1,918 


27 


1.305 


4 


331 


- 


13 


204 


2 12 


3 


62 


2 4 


aryland 


44.977 


353 


19.006 


97 


13,861 


1 568 


136 


8.400 


219 2.005 


47 


1.089 


5 58 


assachusem 


115,891 


930 


56.258 


73 


8,749 


3 25.846 


296 


18.281 


462 3.523 


130 


2.911 


13 323 


chigan 


60,798 


413 


18.208 


36 


3,470 


4 17.111 


154 


10.263 


136 977 


26 


542 


15 227 


nne»ta 


27,068 


323 


15.976 


23 


1,608 


- 


136 


8.179 


76 657 


23 


561 


8 67 




4,663 


54 


2.460 


4 


253 


1 303 


32 


1.474 


9 52 


5 


93 


2 18 


ssouri 


29,828 


306 


17.276 


13 


1,549 


- 


136 


9.436 


82 709 


36 


805 


10 53 


ontana 


1,101 


16 


330 


2 


41 


- 


20 


606 


9 50 


3 


58 


2 16 


braska 


7,198 


55 


1.713 


2 


1,042 


- 


64 


4.260 


7 61 


5 


89 


5 33 


■vada 


256 


4 


43 


1 


21 


- 


6 


176 


- 


- 


- 


2 15 


w Hampshire 


3.411 


52 


2.067 


1 


29 


1 194 


22 


962 


3 27 


5 


127 


2 15 


•w Jersey 


48.926 


122 


4.906 


19 


4,653 


4 36.834 


67 


2.002 


54 341 


6 


136 


14 53 


■V. Mexico 


2.279 


47 


1,420 


1 


37 


- 


18 


733 


5 23 


2 


30 


2 36 


*York 


176.619 


1.840 


101,126 


103 


11,099 


11 26.612 


507 


30.146 


407 3,165 


164 


3.808 


65 673 


>rth Carolina 


37.139 


338 


18,421 


26 


2,407 


3 3.561 


151 


10.698 


98 702 


52 


1.294 


7 56 


rth Dakota 


880 


8 


178 


1 


101 


- 


22 


538 


3 13 


4 


45 


1 5 


io 


40.718 


428 


19,912 


44 


2,794 


3 5.639 


192 


10.205 


111 917 


54 


1.168 


19 83 



fooinotes at end of table. 



27 



Slate 


Total 


Research grants' 


Research contracts 


Construction grants 


edula';" 


n grants* 


Fellowships and 
traineeships 


program 


award's 


Medical librarv 




Number Am„un, 


Number 


Amount 


Number Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Number Amount 


Number Amount 


Number Amount 


Oklahoma 


S 6,486 


109 


S 3.918 




S 21 


S - 


47 


S 2.092 


15 


S 129 


14 


S 304 


5 S 22 


Oregon 


14.900 


163 


8.903 




683 


1 1.222 


70 


3.509 


46 


311 


13 


246 


4 26 


Pennsylvania 


77,782 


777 


39.464 


48 


4.434 


a 10.504 


333 


18.955 


172 


1.273 


107 


2.461 


36 641 


Rhode Island 


3,792 


73 


2.358 




548 


- 


21 


725 


21 


136 


1 


19 


2 6 


South Carolina 


2.538 


43 


1.244 




9 


- 


25 


1.198 


4 


23 


2 


46 


5 18 


South Dakota 


826 


11 


199 




31 


- 


23 


546 


- 


- 


2 


40 


2 10 


Tennessee 


21.754 


208 


11.321 




380 


1 1.352 


106 


7.852 


42 


287 


23 


528 


4 34 


Texas 


41,466 


392 


26.357 


28 


3.378 


5 1.426 


150 


8,351 


99 


729 


48 


1.131 


13 94 


Utah 


9,992 


109 


5.180 




585 


1 1.121 


48 


2,352 


39 


276 


21 


466 


1 12 


Vermont 


5.886 


52 


1.993 




156 


3 2.409 


19 


1,045 




81 


8 


192 


1 11 


Virginia 


15,989 


156 


6.277 


46 


5.177 


1 137 


81 


3,836 


24 


165 


16 


363 


4 35 


Wasiiinglon 


32,503 


290 


14.611 


14 


1.314 


1 8,354 


105 


6,092 


135 


1.073 


38 


881 


3 178 


West Virsinia 


3,082 


33 


1.205 




235 


- 


30 


1.570 


5 


31 


1 


27 


1 14 


Wiiconiin 


26,195 


246 


15.082 


23 


1.581 


3 1.518 


116 


6.316 


157 


1.068 


31 


575 


8 55 


Wyoming . 


191 


4 


84 


2 


46 


- 


4 


59 


- 


' 


- 


- 


1 1 


Guam 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Puerto Rico 


4.036 


24 


1.020 


3 


308 


- 


44 


2.615 


3 


30 


2 


50 


1 13 


Virgin Islands 


13 


- 


- 


- 




- 


1 


13 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Foreign 


6.952 


323 


4.450 


29 


987 


- 


" 


67 


141 


1.448 


- 


- 


- 



PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF N I H RESEARCH, TRAI NING AND EDUCATION GRANTS 

BY DOLLAR-flWARD INTERVAL, FISCAL YEAR 1969 




$ 100,000 OR MORE 



ESS THAN $ 100,000 



LESS THAN $ 50,000 



ESS THAN $ 20,000 



RESEARCH" TRAINING' 

NUMBER AMOUNT 

•includes general support grants which are research-related and research RESOURCES GRANTS 'includes RESEARCH TRAINING, EDUCATIONAL 
IMPROVEMENT, ALLIED HEALTH DEVELOPMENT, SCHOLARSHIP S OPPORTUNITY, AND TRAINEESHIP GRANTS. 




NIH RESEARCH, TRAINING AND EDUCATION GRANTS BY DOLLAR-AWARD INTERVAL, FISCAL YEAR 1969 
(Amounts in thousands of dollars) 



29 







Research grants' 






Training and education grants'^ 




Dollar-award 
inten/a! 




(Median award -$28,9001 






(Median award - $37,750) 




Number 


Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Total 


12,435 


100.0 


$627,581 


100.0 


4,804 


100.0 


$277,971 


100.0 


Less than $5,000 


585 


4.7 


1,299 


0.2 


312 


6.5 


877 


0.3 


$5,000 - $9,999 


556 


4.5 


4,202 


0.7 


429 


8.9 


3,155 


1.1 


$10,000 - $19,999 


2,494 


20.1 


38,620 


6.2 


606 


12.6 


8,904 


3.2 


$20,000 - $29,999 


2,907 


23.4 


72,382 


11.5 


640 


13.3 


16,055 


5.8 


$30,000 - $39,999 


1,981 


15.9 


68,437 


10.9 


536 


11.2 


18,633 


6.7 


$40,000 - $49,999 


1,193 


9.6 


53,047 


8.5 


474 


9.9 


21,366 


7.7 


$50,000 - $74,999 


1,218 


9.8 


73,049 


11.6 


782 


16.3 


47,824 


17.2 


$75,000 - $99,999 


453 


3.6 


38,934 


6.2 


376 


7.8 


32,596 


11.7 


$100,000 - $149,999 


355 


2.9 


42,983 


6.8 


293 


6.1 


35,370 


12.7 


$150,000 -$199,999 


200 


1.6 


34,496 


5.5 


137 


2.9 


23,794 


8.6 


$200,000 - $299,999 


222 


1.8 


54,640 


8.7 


122 


2.5 


29,504 


10.6 


$300,000 - $999,999 


253 


2.0 


115,906 


18.5 


96 


2.0 


38,809 


14.0 


$1 ,000,000 & over 


18 


0.1 


29,584 


4.7 


1 


t 


1,084 


0.4 



* Includes general support grants which are research -related and research resources grants, t Includes research training, educational improvement, allied health devel- 
opmental, scholarship & opportunity, and traineeship grants. Median l/D research training grant: $48,500. t Less than 0.05 percent. 



NIH RESEARCH GRANTS BY KIND OF PROGRAM, FISCAL YEARS 1968 & 1969 
(Amounts in thousands of dollars) 







1968 






1969 




Kind of program 


















Number 


Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Total 


13,121 


100.0 


$826,018 


100.0 


12,435 


100.0 


$827,581 


100.0 


Research proiects 


12,024 


91.6 


395,642 


63.2 


11,274 


90.7 


384,725 


61.3 


Traditional 


11.601 


88.4 


379.089 


60.6 


10,828 


87.1 


366,029 


58.3 


Chemotherapy and psychopharmacologv 


121 


0.9 


6,726 


1.1 


161 


1.3 


8,123 


1.3 


U.S. -Japan cooperative medical science program 


81 


0.6 


3,864 


0.6 


121 


1.0 


4,833 


0.8 


International centers for med. res. and training 


5 




2,264 


0.4 


5 




2,294 


0.4 


Nursing 


39 


0.3 


1,802 


0.3 


40 


0.3 


2,011 


0.3 


Conferences 


65 


0.6 


1,203 


0.2 


58 


0.5 


1,059 


0.2 


Other 


112 


0.9 


695 


0.1 


61 


0.5 


378 


0.1 


Program projects and centers 


675 


5.1 


170,702 


27.3 


710 


5.7 


182,155 


29.0 


Research program projects 


363 


2.8 


82,966 


13.3 


405 


3.3 


92,096 


14.7 


General clinical research centers 


93 


0.7 


30,911 


4.9 


94 


0.8 


35,004 


5.6 


Categorical clinical research centers 


71 


0,5 


21,217 


3.4 


61 


0.6 


19,256 


3.1 


Animal resources 


58 


0.4 


15,042 


2.4 


66 


0.5 


14,537 


2.3 


Special research resources 


50 


0.4 


10,629 


1,7 


46 


0.4 


10,494 


1.7 


Ptiarmacology-toxicologv centers 


11 


0.1 


3,263 


0.5 


9 


0.1 


3,969 


0.6 


Dental research institute program 


5 




3,000 


0.5 


5 




3,000 


0.5 


Environmental health centers 


10 


0,1 


3,000 


05 


8 


0.1 


2,993 


0.5 


Outpatient clinical research program 


14 


0.1 


784 


0.1 


16 


0.1 


807 


0.1 


General support - research related 


422 


3.2 


59,674 


9.5 


451 


3.6 


60,700 


9.7 


General research support 


311 


2.4 


48,174 


7.7 


330 


2.7 


48,200 


7.7 


Biomedical sciences support 


102 


08 


7,500 


1.2 


110 


0.9 


7,500 


1.2 


Health sciences advancement 


9 


0.1 


4,000 


0.6 


11 


0.1 


5,000 


0.8 



' Less than 0.05 percent. 



NIH RESEARCH GRANTS BY KIND OF RECIPIENT INSTITUTION, FISCAL YEARS 1968 & 1969* 

(Amounts in millions of dollars) 



31 





1968 


1969 


Kind of recipient 


Number of 
institutionsf 


Grants 


Number of 
institutionsf 


Grants 




Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Total 


1,044 


13,121 


$626.0 


953 


12,435 


$627.6 


Higher education 


371 


10,506 


493.8 


345 


10,133 


499.3 


Research institutes 


120 


685 


51.5 


128 


664 


51.1 


Hospitalst 


198 


1,224 


63.4 


190 


1,140 


63.5 


Graduate training centers 


1 


4 


0.1 


2 


3 


0.1 


Patient centers 


12 


32 


2.2 


11 


26 


2.2 


Associations, etc. 


49 


86 


2.5 


40 


71 


2.2 


Government units 


27 


56 


3.3 


21 


45 


2.6 


Other domestic 


24 


34 


1.9 


22 


29 


2.0 


Foreign 


242 


494 


7.1 


194 


324 


4.6 



* Includes general support grants which are research -related and research resources grants, f The count of institutions 
considers each branch separately. ^ Independent hospitals and those owned by institutions not classified as "higher 
education" or "research institutes." Excludes foreign hospitals. 



NIH RESEARCH GRANTS TO DOMESTIC INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION BY MAJOR COMPONENT, 
FISCAL YEARS 1968 & 1969* 
(Amounts in thousands of dollars) 



Major component 


1968 


1969 












Number 


Amount 


Number 


Amount 


Total 


10,506 


$493,756 


10,133 


$499,341 


Health-related componenB 


7,423 


368,016 


7,102 


373,958 


Medical 


6,291 


317,307 


6.019 


322,418 


Dental 


286 


12,844 


243 


12,185 


Medical and dental -joint 


248 


7,796 


248 


8,544 


Public health 


160 


11,529 


166 


11,774 


Veterinary 


184 


7,597 


179 


7,937 


Hospitals t 


49 


4,716 


51 


4,838 


Pharmacy 


142 


4,096 


131 


3,923 


Other health-related 


63 


2,131 


65 


2,339 


Arts & sciences and graduate schools 


2,242 


80,058 


2,209 


79,777 


Other components 


841 


45,681 


822 


45,606 


Agriculture 


353 


11,428 


338 


10,593 


Engineering 


183 


8,936 


178 


9,594 


University-wide 


107 


8,903 


120 


8,907 


Organized research units 


95 


6,551 


100 


6,913 


Primate centers 


16 


4,707 


20 


4,654 


Computer centers 


14 


2,646 


7 


2,339 


Other 


73 


2,510 


59 


2,606 



Includes general support grants which are research -related and research t 
except those administered by medical schools. 



urces grants. ^ Hospitals owned by institutions of higher education. 



NIH RESEARCH GRANTS BY DISCIPLINE OR FIELD, FISCAL YEARS 1968 & 1969 
(Amounts in thousands of dollars) 



33 



Discipline or field 


1968 


1969 


Number 


Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Amount 


Percent 


Total 


13,121 


100.0 


$626,018 


100.0 


12,435 


100.0 


$627,581 


100.0 


Research projects' 

Biochemistry and biophysics 
Physiological sciences 
Pharmacological and pharmaceut. sc. 
Microbiology and parasitology 


12,024 

2,820 

2,577 

894 

779 


91.6 

21.5 
19.6 
6.8 
5.9 


395.642 

90,183 
78,821 
30,481 
29,189 


63.2 

14.4 
12.6 
4.9 
4.7 


11,274 

2.703 

2.390 

849 

760 


90.7 

21.7 
19.2 
6.8 
6.1 


384.725 
88,298 
74.698 
30.454 
29.587 


61.3 

14.1 
11.9 
4.9 
4.7 


Pathology 
Immunology 
Cell biology 
Genetics 


665 
674 
552 
450 


5.1 
5.1 
4.2 
3.4 


26,224 
22,482 
17,608 
16.093 


4.2 
3.6 
2.8 
2,6 


573 
620 
481 
428 


4.6 
5.0 
3.9 
3.4 


22.972 
22.203 
16,663 
15,355 


3.7 
3.5 
2.7 
2.4 


Chemistry 

Psychology 

Growth and development 

Nutrition 


476 
294 
397 
241 


3.6 
2.2 
3.0 
1.8 


13,742 
9,975 

10,117 
8,786 


2.2 
1.6 
1.6 

1.4 


466 
311 
346 
220 


3.7 
2.5 
2.8 
1.8 


14,089 
10.895 
9.607 
8.206 


2.2 

1.7 
1.5 
1.3 


Information and computer sciences 
Engineering and bioengineering 
Anatomy 
Other 


213 
157 
244 
591 


1.6 
1.2 
1.9 
4.5 


8,051 
6,888 
6,268 
20,734 


1.3 
1.1 
1.0 
3.3 


203 
168 
235 
521 


1.6 
1.4 
1.9 
4,2 


8.032 
7.683 
5.734 
20.250 


1.3 
1.2 
0.9 
3.2 


Program projects and centers 


675 


5.1 


170,702 


27.3 


710 


5.7 


182,155 


29.0 


General support - research -related 


422 


3.2 


59,674 


9.5 


451 


3.6 


60,700 


9.7 



' Rank based on FY 1969 total i 



34 



NIH RESEARCH GRANTS BY TYPE 

FISCAL YEARS 1963-1969* 



NUMBER OF AWARDS 



SUPPLEMENTAL 



$ 400 



DOLLARS IN MILLIONS 



TOTAL OF NEW, RENEWAL 8 SUPPLEMENTAL 
(COMPETING') ^ ^"^^^^ 



SUPPLEMENTAL 



'1 



1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 

''excludes NIMH, BEMT, NLM AND DRFR FOR ALL YEARS. 'BUT CONTAINS SOME SUPPLEMENTS NOT REVIEWED BY ADVISORY COUNCILS. 



NIH COMPETING RESEARCH GRANT APPLICATIONS REVIEWED, APPROVED AND AWARDED 

COUNCIL YEARS 1963-1969* 



35 



NEW APPLICATIONS 



RENEWAL APPLICATIONS 



NUMBER 
6,000|— 



COUNCIL-APPROVED 






1 1 1 1 




- 


4,000 


- 




- 




REVIEWED__ 




- 






2,000 




^AWARDED 


EST 





1 1 1 1 


1 





1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 

"excludes NIMH FOR ALL YEARS; INCLUDES BEMT AND NLM FOR COUNCIL YEARS 1968 AND 1969. CONTAINS NO SUPPLEMENTS. 



1968 1969 



AWARD RATES FOR COUNCIL APPROVED NEW NIH RESEARCH GRANT APPLICATIONS" 
Council Years 1965, 1967 and 1969' 





Number review 




Approval rates 


Award rates' 






























or 








Number 




Amou 


t {direct 


cost) * 




Number 




Amount (direct 


costl 


Division 


1965 1967 


1969 


1965 


1967 


1969 


1965 


1967 


1969 


1965 


1967 


1969 


1965 


1967 


1969 


Tola! 


5,011 5,276 


4,943 


53.5% 


55.2% 


55.3% 


46.4% 


44.8% 


41.6% 


80.1% 


74,0% 


62.8% 


82.2% 


78.9% 


61.9% 


I/D 


5,011 5,276 


4,741 


53.5 


65.2 


55.5 


46.4 


44.8 


43.2 


80.1 


74,0 


62.7 


82.2 


78.9 


62.6 


NIAIO 


518 588 


627 


54.1 


61.2 


56.3 


48.7 


54.6 


49.0 


60.0 


778 


53.2 


67.5 


81.3 


58.3 


NIAMD 


934 920 


913 


53.2 


55.0 


59.8 


46.8 


45.8 


45.3 


85.9 


78.9 


68.2 


86.3 


80.0 


66.5 


NCI 


458 490 


506 


44.1 


48.4 


56.3 


43.9 


39.3 


44.3 


92.6 


76.4 


50.9 


94,8 


83.7 


59.9 


NICHO 


574 617 


611 


46.3 


47.2 


46.6 


33.7 


35.6 


36.7 


95.9 


72.5 


49.6 


95.5 


75.2 


54.5 


NIOR 


205 186 


157 


50-7 


45.2 


48.4 


44.2 


55.7 


38.7 


50.0 


75.0 


47.9 


40.9 


75.4 


529 


OEHS/NIEHS 


41 


79 




36.6 


46.8 




25.0 


33.1 




80.0 


55.6 




89.0 


62.2 


NIGMS 


857 891 


680 


63.2 


61 4 


59.1 


59,6 


43.4 


46.4 


66.6 


45.9 


48.6 


72-1 


59.7 


50.4 


NHI 


734 732 


572 


48-2 


484 


49.8 


39.6 


40.8 


37.2 


96.3 


81.6 


81.3 


95-8 


88.3 


73.1 


NINOB/NINDS 


628 681 


596 


57.5 


61.7 


60-7 


48.4 


62.9 


45.8 


78.4 


90.2 


86.9 


82-3 


995 


83.5 


DRFR 


61 57 




60.7 


61-4 




46.5 


51.6 




100,0 


82.9 




88.5 


69.1 




OIR/FIC 


42 73 


- 


96.2 


89.0 


- 


100.0 


100.8 


- 


97,5 


96.9 


- 


97.6 


91.0 


- 


BEMT 




151 






48.3 






25.0 






65.7 






47.8 


OAHM 




2 






- 






_ 






- 






- 


DDH 




19 






36.8 






17.7 






100.0 






85.8 


DHMES 




_ 






_ 






_ 






_ 






- 


DN 




36 






41.7 






17.4 






100.0 






100,8 


DPM 




17 






29.4 






28.8 






100.0 






102.1 


DRR 




77 






59.7 






35.3 






45.5 






32.2 


NLM 




51 






54.9 






43.6 






61.5 






82.B 



' A "council year" consists of June, Nov. and Mar. meetings 
number (or amount) approved by council. For CY 1969, the r; 
t requested by grantee. 



NIH TRAINING GRANTS AND AWARDS BY PROGRAM, FISCAL YEARS 1963-1969 
(In thousands of dollars) 



37 



Program 



Total 

Training & education grants 

Fellowships 
Postdoctoral 
Predoctoral 
Special 
International 
Other § 

Traineeshlps 

Research career program awards 
Research career development 
Modified research career development 
Research career 



$178,594 


$210,378 


140,639 


165,908 


21,611 


22,414 


8,346 


8,118 


7.605 


8,500 


3,855 


. 4,121 


1,196 


1,190 


609 


484 


2,150 


2,264 


14,194 


19,792 


10,276 


14,285 



$233,726 
183.931 

25,187 

7,968 
10,641 
4,925 
1,189 
464 



22,427 

16.826 



$261,407 
205,732 

27,881 

8,168 
12,373 
5,674 
1,190 
476 

2,047 

25,746 

20,355 



$182,067 

131,695 

23,344 
7,710 
8,244 
5,812 
1,196 
381 

1,971 

25,058 

20,276 



$292,931 


$336,834 


237,477* 


277.97 1* 


26,042 


27.873 


8,172 


8.983 


7,864 


7.467 


7,466 


8.954 


1,250 


1.595* 


1,288 


873 


2,604 


3,028 


26,808 


27.962 


22,267 


19.195 


- 


4,367 


4.551 


4,400 



■ Excludes student loans of $45 million in FY 1968 and S43 million in FY 1969. ^ Includes research training, educational improvement, allied health developmental, 
scholarship & opportunity, and traineeship grants. * Includes $193,000 for the Fogarty International Scholarship Program. * Supply grants, special allowances, and 
supplemental fees applicable to awards in previous fiscal years. 



38 



NIH SUPPORT OF TRAINING AND EDUCATION BY KIND OF RECIPIENT INSTITUTION, FISCAL YEAR 1969 

(Amounts in millions of dollars) 





Training and 




Fellowships and 




Research career 




Kind of recipient 
institution 


education grants' 




traineeships 




program awards 




Number of ^, . 

Number 
institutionst 


Amount 


Number of 

Number 
institutionst 


Amount 


Number of 

. .. . ^ Number 
institutionst 


Amount 


Total 


1,034 4,804 


$278.0 


335 4,061 


$30.9 


196 1,255 


$28.0 


Higher education 


498 3,955 


260.7 


187 3,612 


26.4 


153 1,164 


26.0 


Research institutes 


20 43 


2.0 


31 208 


2.0 


15 31 


0.7 


Hospitals* 


429 667 


12.6 


30 83 


0.9 


23 52 


1.2 


Graduate training centers 


1 1 


1 


3 11 


0.1 


- 


_ 


Patient centers 


3 4 


0.1 


3 3 


5 


1 4 


S 


Associations, etc. 


19 37 


0.9 


1 1 


i 


2 2 


s 


Government units 


34 52 


0.9 


2 2 


S 


2 2 


1 


Other domestic 


27 41 


0.6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Foreign 


3 4 


0.1 


78 141 


1.4 


- 


- 



'Includes research training, educational improvement, allied health developmental, scholarship & opportunity, and traineeship grants. *Each branch 
counted separately. * Independent hospitals and those owned by institutions not classified as "higher education" or "research institutes." Excludes 
foreign hospitals. * Less than $50,000. 



NIH SUPPORT OF TRAINING AND EDUCATION AT ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS BY MAJOR COMPONENT, FISCAL YEAR 1969' 

(Amounts in thousands of dollars) 



39 





Train 


ingand 


Fellowships and 


Research 


career 




educati 


an grants^ 


traineeships 


program 


awards 


Major component 














Number 


Amount 


Number Amount 


Numtjer 


Amount 


Total 


3.955 


$260,660 


3,612 826,437 


1,164 


825,973 


Health-related components 


3,193 


221.568 


1,589 13,743 


962 


21,869 


Medical 


1.964 


140.437 


1.294 11.359 


350 


19,445 


Dental 


304 


28.199 


47 451 


36 


716 


Medical and dental -joint 


61 


3.274 


32 272 


30 


740 


Public health 


212 


16.689 


59 489 


25 


557 


Nursing 


402 


16.271 


10 45 


- 


- 


Pharmacy 


100 


3.755 


63 358 


6 


83 


Optometry 


29 


3.633 


2 17 


- 


- 


Osteopathy 


25 


2,877 


- 


- 


- 


Podiatry 


16 


1.990 


- 


- 


- 


Veterinary 


36 


1,871 


74 690 


11 


242 


Other health-related 


44 


2,572 


8 62 


4 


86 


^rts & sciences and graduate schools 


572 


28.095 


1.676 10.040 


169 


3,411 


Other components 


190 


10,997 


347 2,653 


33 


693 


Engineering 


69 


3,280 


127 1,195 


5 


112 


Agriculture 


47 


2,410 


115 751 


20 


394 


Education 


23 


1,895 


51 238 


2 


44 


Organized research units 


21 


1,721 


28 232 


4 


103 



* Excludes foreign institutions, t Includes research training, educational improvement, allied health developmental, scholarship & opportunity, and traineeship grants. 



40 



NUMBER OF NIH TRAINEES AND TRAINING AND EDUCATION AWARDS BY FIELD OF INTEREST. FISCAL YEAR 1969 
I Amounts in rrnllions of dollars) 









Number 


trainees' 




Fellowships and Ir 


inceshi|» 










educali 


ing and 
an grants' 




















Under research 


Under general 


support 


Numlier 






pinqran 


.,.v'.'i,.K • 


Field of interesl 






training grants 


research re 


atcd' 




Amount 








Number 


Amount 


Postdoctoral Predoctoral 


Postdoctoral Predoctoral 


Postdoctoral Predoctoral 


Special 




Numlier 


Am„ui„ 


Total 


4,804 


S278.0 


5,680ll 10,448* 


17S 


3,100 


1,702 1,513 


846 


S30.9 


1.255 


S28 


ll^edical sciences, clinical 


1,816 


141 


3.598 1,500 


79 


1,792 


248 3 


185 


4.9 


398 


96 


Dentistry 


257 


272 


87 18 


19 


287 


19 2 


16 


04 


9 


02 


Internal medicine 


588 


287 


1.369 531 


22 


869 


40 1 


94 


14 


259 


62 


Neurology 


111 


5.9 


400 17 


- 


41 


80 


- 


09 


9 


03 


Opfithalmology 


58 


3,2 


301 10 


10 


28 


44 


- 


0,5 


9 


02 


Otorfiinolarvngology 


65 


3,5 


273 12 


- 


6 


8 


1 


0,1 


11 


03 


Pediatrics 


58 


3,0 


263 61 


17 


124 


11 


27 


0.4 


53 


1 3 


Preventive medicine 


219 


41,0 


7 11 


- 


13 


1 


- 








Radiology 


59 


3,7 


214 89 


2 


47 


24 


13 


0,5 


3 


01 


Surgery 


119 


6,5 


416 69 


4 


187 


15 


15 


04 


15 


04 


Otfier 


282 


18,4 


268 682 


5 


190 


6 


19 


03 


30 


08 


Medical sciences, nonclinical 


2,081 


74.1 


877 1,956 


43 


490 


312 174 


192 


5.5 


239 


5.3 


Epidemiology 


42 


1,7 


43 44 


3 


11 


1 


8 


0,1 


7 


02 


Nursing 


1 126 


27,5 


3 


- 


- 


1 


37 


02 


1 




Patfiology 


99 


6,5 


361 207 


7 


127 


41 4 


20 


06 


52 


12 


Pharmacology 


84 


5,3 


158 602 


8 


111 


37 33 


25 


08 


49 


1,1 


Pharmacy 


80 


2.8 


- 


- 


4 


23 


2 


1 


- 


- 


Physiology 


128 


72 


237 788 


17 


200 


180 111 


73 


29 


122 


27 


Veterinary medicine 


24 


1,1 


38 12 


7 


9 


26 


24 


05 


2 




Other 


498 


22.9 


40 300 


1 


28 


27 2 


3 


02 


6 


01 



See footnotes on following page 



NUMBER OF NIH TRAINEES AND TRAINING AND EDUCATION AWARDS BY FIELD OF INTEREST, FISCAL YEAR 1969 (Com I 
(Amounts in millions of dollars) 



41 





Trai 
educat 


ing and 
on grants* 


Number of traioeesl 


Fellowships and tr 


aineeships 


Amount 


Resear 
progratT 




Field o( interest 


Under 


research 
g grants 


Under general support - 
research-relatedf 


Number 


Lh career 
awarrls ' 




Number 


Amount 


Postdoctoral 


Predoctoral 


Postdoctoral Predoctoral 


Postdoctoral Predoctoral 


Special 


Number 


Amount 


Biological sciences 


476 


S32.2 


933 


4,761 


41 648 


865 816 


258 


$13.9 


548 


S1 1.5 


Anatomy 


66 


3.2 


92 


452 


5 149 


46 35 


9 


0.7 


39 


0.8 


Biochemistry 


81 


7.0 


240 


1.316 


19 250 


260 185 


64 


37 


183 


4.0 


Biology 


61 


4.1 


107 


526 


3 51 


199 163 


42 


28 


60 


12 


Biophysics 


32 


2.9 


63 


483 


1 11 


81 63 


21 


1,2 


49 


0.9 


Genetics 


50 


4.1 


133 


540 


2 16 


61 66 


20 


to 


64 


13 


Microbiology 


162 


9.0 


229 


1,160 


7 118 


153 152 


64 


2.8 


132 


2.8 


Other 


34 


1.8 


69 


284 


4 63 


65 152 


38 


1.7 


21 


0.5 


Engineering 


75 


3.5 


47 


382 


16 


11 33 


58 


1.1 


6 


0.1 


Social sciences 


42 


3.4 


35 


337 


6 


5 19 


73 


0.6 


3 


0.1 


Psychology 


54 


3.4 


58 


457 


1 33 


41 22 


39 


0.8 


24 


0.5 


Mathematics 


40 


2.6 


17 


291 


1 15 


6 17 


13 


0.3 


10 


0.2 


Environmental sciences 


2S 


2.0 


15 


212 


4 21 


3 2 


4 


0.1 


6 


0.1 


Physical sciences 


22 


1.1 


29 


126 


4 33 


163 427 


16 


3.5 


16 


0.3 


Other sciences 


170 


15.0 


71 


426 


3 46 


48 


8 


0.4 


5 


0.1 



' Includes research Training, educatic 
Data are preliminary. * Includes tra 
♦ Includes 6,163 full-time trainees. 



improvement, allied health developmental, scholarship & opportunity, and traineeship grants. ' Traming in FY 1969 but paid from FY 1968 funds. 
es supported under environmental health center grants. * Represents number of awards, not number of persons. H Includes 3,873 full-time trairwes. 
Less than 550,000. 



42 



NUMBER OF PERSONS IN NIH RESEARCH TRAINING PROGRAMS BY INSTITUTE OR DIVISION, FISCAL YEAR 1969" 















Trainees' 




Fellowships 


Research 














tnslilute 


Grand 




Total 




Unde 


researcti 


Under general 


upport- 


and traineeshipsS 


program 


Division 








train 


ng grants 


research ,e 


ated* 




awardsS 


Postdoctor 


1 Predoctoral 


Special 


Postdoctora 


Predoctoral 


Postdoctoral 


Predoctoral 


Postdoctoral Predoctoral Special 


Postdoctoral 


Total 


24,616 


8.717 


15.055 


844 


5.680 


10.448 


176 


3,100 


1,690 1.507 844 


1,171 


I/O 






















NIAID 


1.453 


614 


805 


44 


377 


805 


- 


- 


124 - 44 


113 


NIAMD 


1.653 


1,173 


339 


141 


856 


339 


- 


- 


164 - 141 


153 


NCI 


1.691 


755 


851 


85 


613 


851 


- 


- 


149 - 85 


93 


NICHO 


1.480 


534 


864 


82 


342 


864 


- 


- 


91 - 82 


101 


NIDR 


785 


355 


401 


29 


279 


385 


- 


- 


32 16 29 


44 


NIEHS 


525 


50 


473 


2 


37 


416 


4 


48 


5 9 2 


4 


NIGMS 


9.035 


1.978 


6.866 


191 


1.210 


5.389 


- 


- 


404 1,477 191 


364 


NHI 


2.062 


1.135 


812 


114 


839 


812 


- 


- 


105 - 114 


192 


NINDB 


2,076 


1.659 


417 


- 


1.185 


417 


- 


- 


368 


106 


FIC 


175 


175 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


175 


- 


BEMT 






















DDH 


24 


9 


8 


7 


8 


3 


- 


- 


5 7 


1 


DHMES 


52 


62 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


62 - - 


- 


ON 


203 


- 


63 


140 


- 


63 


- 


- 


140 


- 


ORR 


3,261 


204 


3.052 


5 


22 


- 


172 


3.052 


10-5 


- 


NLM 


121 


13 


104 


« 


12 


104 


- 


- 


1 - 4 


- 


'Excludes pers 


3ns under BEMT training 


programs for develo 


ping addition 


1 trealth manpo 


m< as follows: 13.824 trainees (7.000 of 


whom are sho 


t term), 15,700 persons receiving scholarships or opportunity 


grants only, 41 


183 persons receiving stu 


dent loans only, and 


10.822 perso 


ns receiving bot 


fi scholarships or opportunity grants and 


student loans. 


'Training in FY 1969 but paid from FY 1968 funds. Includes 


10.280 full tin 


e and 9, 124 part-time tra 


nees. Data are preli 


minary, «ln 


ludes trainees s 


upported under environmental health cer 


ter grants. 


Excludes individuals receiving only supply allowances, mciden- 


tal fees, or sup 


lemental af 


ards. 



















NUMBER OF TRAINEES UNDER NIH RESEARCH TRAINING GRANTS AND GENERAL SUPPORT GRANTS, 

FISCAL YEAR 1969* 
By Number of Months and Percent of Time in Training and by Academic Level 



Number of months and 


Total 


Postdoctoral 


Predoctoral 


Medical 


Other t 


percent of time in training 








and dental 




Total 


19,404 


5,856 


8,790 


4,239 


519 


Full-time trainees^ 


10,280 


3,909 


8.255 


86 


30 


Part-time trainees* 


9.124 


1,947 


2.535 


4,1S3 


489 


3 months or less 


6.411 


870 


1,433 


3,688 


440 


100% of time 


6,091 


818 


1,390 


3,450 


433 


75% of time 


91 


6 


5 


79 


1 


50% of time 


72 


7 


4 


59 


2 


25% of time 


157 


39 


34 


80 


4 


3.1 -7.9 months 


2,209 


774 


1.029 


371 


35 


100% of time 


1,948 


741 


999 


185 


23 


75% of time 


44 


13 


8 


22 


1 


50% of time 


53 


8 


9 


32 


4 


25% of time 


164 


12 


13 


132 


7 


8 months or more 


504 


303 


73 


114 


14 


75% of time 


56 


32 


12 


12 





50% of time 


135 


60 


41 


24 


10 


25% of time 


313 


211 


20 


78 


4 



"Training in FY 1969 but paid from FY 1968 funds. Includes trainees under BEMT and NLM research training grants and under environmental health cen- 
ter grants. Data are preliminary, f Includes prebaccalaureate students and trainees with no degree stated. * Defined as in training for 1 00 percent of the 
time for a period of at least 8 months. * No part-time trainees were in training for less than 25 percent of the time. 



3EMT FUNDS ALLOCATED FOR EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE, BY HEALTH PROFESSION AND PROGRAM, FISCAL YEAR 1969 
(Amounts in thousands of dollars) 





Total 
amount 


Construction 


Educational improvement & allied 
health developmental grants' 


Student loan 
program 


Scholarship & 
opportunity grants 


Tr 


ineeship 


Health 


Formula 


Special project 




profession 


No. of 
schools 


Amount 


No ol 
schools 


Amount 


No. of 

Amount 
schools 


No. of 
schools 


Amount 


No. of 
schools 


Amount 


No. of 
schools 


Amount 


Total 


$323,546 


54 


$152,083 


838 


S50.940 


295 $42,506 


925 


$42,437 ' 


577 


$17,771 


419 


$17,809 


Medicine 


163,558 


10 


93,117 


100 


21,123 


60 19,784 


98 


14,241 


99 


5.293 


- 


- 


Osieopathic medicine 


3,426 


- 


- 


6 


1.126 


4 1.119 


5 


893 


5 


288 


- 


- 


Dentistry 


51,264 


3 


24.186 


61 


9,213 


26 8.723 


50 


6,778 


52 


2.354 


- 


- 


Opioinelry 


4,441 


- 


- 


10 


1,480 


8 1.686 


10 


883 


10 


393 


- 


- 


Pharmacy 


6,287 


1 


637 








51 


2,019 


73 


2.731 


- 


- 


Podiiilric medicine 


2,213 


- 


- 


5 


694 


5 1.053 


3 


306 


5 


160 


- 


- 


V^e-mory me,;,cme 


6,817 


3 


5,508 








14 


1.309 










NLirsmtj (R N.) 


57,676 


31 


18,643 


393 


3,000 


84 4.000 


694 


16.008 


333 


6.552 


120« 


9.473I 


AlliL'd health 


15,533 


5 


3,008 


258 


9,750 


16 1.225 


- 


- 






49 


1.550 


Puhhc health 


23,341 


1 


7,084 


15 


4,564 


92 4,917 


- 


- 


- 




250 


6.786 



^ proiifiim ' Excludes s 

psise 10.0001 



• Excludes shorti 



3ineeships(S995.000). 



viirds to individuals 



BEMT STUDENT LOAN AND SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS, FISCAL YEAR 1969 



45 



Health 


Student loan 


program 


Scholarsh 


p program 


profession* 












Schools 


Students 


Schools 


Students 


Total 


925 


52.005* 


577 


26,522* 


Medicine 


98 


12,808 


99 


6,018 


Osteopathic medicine 


5 


1,050 


5 


564 


Dentistry 


50 


6,375 


52 


3,135 


Optometry 


10 


853 


10 


609 


Pharmacy 


51 


2,541 


73 


3,608 


Podiatric medicine 


3 


303 


5 


218 


Veterinary medicine 


14 


1,075 






Nursing (R.N.)* 


694 


27,000 * 


333 


12,370 



* Includes only schools for professions covered by provisions of the Health Professions Educational Assistance 
Act, the Nurse Training Act, and subsequent amendments. * Includes 10,822 students who received both 
loans and scholarships. * Data refer either to nursing schools or to programs for nurse education. * Estimated. 



OCCUPATIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF N I H PERSONNEL 
11,948 SCIENTISTS AND SUPPORTIVE WORKERS, MARCH 1,1970 




OCCUPATIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF NIH PERSONNEL - March 1, 1970* "^^ 

Total 11,948 

Professional and scientific 4,043 

Administration 79 

Direct research 2,300 

Services 1,334 

Division of Research Grants 115 

Other extramural activities 215 

Sub- professional and technical support 1,959 

Administrative, clerical, and office services 4,539 

Plant operation and maintenance 1,407 

* Includes full-time and regular part-time civil service employees, commissioned officers, 
staff fellows, and visiting scientists at Bethesda and in the field. 



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FUNCTIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF NIH PERSONNEL 
11,948 SCIENTISTS AND SUPPORTIVE WORKERS, MARCH I, 1970 

"P 



PROGRAM DIRECTION 1% 



I 




5% COLLABORATIVE 



FUNCTIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF NIH PERSONNEL - March 1, 1970' 



49 



Direct research 

Professional and scientific 
Doctorate 1,341 

Nondoctorate 959 

Sub-professional and technical 

Other 

Collaborative studies 

Professional and scientific 
Doctorate 1 26 

Nondoctorate 132 

Other 

Extramural programs 

Professional and scientific 
Doctorate 233 

Nondoctorate 97 

Other 



1,100 
846 



Total staff 11,948 



Central services 
Division of Research Services 

Professional and scientific 

Other 
Clinical Center 

Professional and scientific 

Other 
OD-Administration 

Professional and scientific 

Other 
Div. of Computer Res. & Tech. 

Professional and scientific 

Other 

Program direction (OD-NIH) 
Professional and scientific 
Other 

Other program staff 

Professional and scientific 
Other 



487 
558 



339 
1,196 



'includes full-time and regular part-time civil service employees, comissioned officers, staff fellows, and visiting scientists at Bethesda and in the field. 



NIH PROFESSIONAL STAFF 

2,068 PROFESSIONALS WITH DOCTORAL DEGREES, MARCH I, 1970 




BEHAVIORAL -5% OF Ph D!s 




K 








Ph. D, 


\ -v 








4 0% 


, N 










\ N 










\ 


X 










\ 






\ 






\ 




\ 








'^\ Vtflf 


\ 








■•^.^llltli 


\ 




i 




^'''^HrSICAL — 
21 % OF Ph.D- 



0THER-7X OF Ph D's 



NIH PROFESSIONAL STAFF WITH DOCTORAL DEGREES, BY TYPE OF DOCTORATE AND DISCIPLINE* 

March 1, 1970 



51 



Type of doctorate 



M.D. 

(M.D.'s with other doctorate) (108) 



Ph.D. 

Biological 
Behavioral 
Physical 
Other 



D.D.S. 

D.V.M. 

D.Sc. 

D.M.D. 

D.Ed. 

Other 



550 
46 
172 



Distribution of Ph.D.'s by discipline 



,068 


Biological 




Biochemistry 




Microbiology 


,034 


Physiology 




Bacteriology 




Zoology 




Biology 


823 


Pharmacology 




Biophysics 




Genetics 




Entomology 




Parasitology 




Anatomy 




Plant physiology 


114 


Plant pathology 


50 


Botany 


21 


Cytology 


12 


Embryology 


7 


Oncology 


7 


Other 



Behavioral 
Psychology 
Social Sciences 

Physical 
Chemistry 
Physics 

Other 
Statistics 

Mathematics 
Miscellaneous 



* Includes full-time and regular part-time civil service employees, commissioned officers, staff fellows, and visiting scientists at Bethesda and in 
the field. 



NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE, DIRECT OPERATIONS, FY 1969 



COLLECTION' 



CIRCULATIONS 



REFERENCE SERVICES 
COMPUTER PROCESSING 



INDEX MEOICUS 



NATIONAL MEDICAL 
AUDIOVISUAL CENTER 



Book material 




1,193,299 


Bound volumes 


711,897 




Theses, pamphlets 


481,402 




Nonbook material 




79,056 


Requests received 




234,666 


Requests filled 




199,461 


Readers 


82,412 




Interlibrary loans 


117,049 




Inquiries 




24,205 


MEDLARS citations 




226,558 


Catalog entries 




19,531 


Demand searches 




6,484 


Journals indexed 




2,260 


Articles indexed 




210,602 


Productions 






Television 




50 


Motion picture 




31 


Distribution 






Titles in collection* 




970 


Loans 




79,251 



I 



' As of June 30, 1069. 



53 

CHRONOLOGY OF IMPORTANT DATES IN THE 
DEVELOPMENT OF NIH PROGRAMS 

Research laboratory founded at Marine Hospital, Staten Island, N.Y., to meet new respon- 
sibilities of Marine Hospital Service. 

Hygienic Laboratory moves from Staten Island to Service headquarters, Washington, D.C. 

Advisory Board for the Hygienic Laboratory established; later to become National Advisory 
Health Council. Act of Congress makes Service responsible for biologies control. 

Name of Public Health & Marine Hospital Service changed to Public Health Service. 

Hygienic Laboratory becomes National Institute of Health. 

Congress authorizes National Cancer Institute. First research grants. 

National Institute of Health moves to land donated by Mr. and Mrs. Luke I. Wilson at 
Bethesda, Md. First research fellowships (NCI). 



54 ^ 

1944 Public Health Service Act, giving general research authority. 

1945 Research grants extended, with central NIH responsibility. 

1946 Division of Research Grants established to review and evaluate applications for NIH grants 
to non-Federal institutions and scientists. ^> 

1947 First training grants (NCI). DRG starts research fellowship program. 

1948 National Heart Institute authorized; other laboratories regrouped to form Microbiological 
Institute, Experimental Biology & Medicine Institute and National Institute of Dental Research. 
NIH becomes National Institutes of Health. 

1949 Mental hygiene program of Public Health Service transferred to NIH and expanded to become 
National Institute of Mental Health. 

1950 "Omnibus Act." National Institute of Neurological Diseases & Blindness and National Institute of 
Arthritis & Metabolic Diseases established, the latter absorbing Experimental Biology & Medicine 
Institute. 



55 

Public Health Service becomes a constituent of newly created Department of Health, Education, & 
Welfare. Clinical Center opens. 

National Microbiological Institute becomes National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Diseases. 
Division of Biologies Standards formed, assuming NMI's biologies control function. Division of 
Research Services established. 

Health Research Facilities Act, establishing program of matching grants for research construction 
in non-Federal institutions. 

Division of General Medical Sciences created. 

Office of Administrative Management formed, consolidating managerial activities. 

Public Health Service Act amended to provide for general support of research and research training 
programs in nonprofit institutions. International Health Research Act; NIH extends international 
programs. 



56 

1962 Division of Research Facilities & Resources created. National Library of Medicine, con- 
stituent of PHS since 1956, moves to NIH reservation. 

1963 Two Institutes (authorized in 1962) established — National Institute of General Medical 
Sciences (superseding DGMS) and National Institute of Child Health & Human Develop- 
ment. 

1964 Division of Computer Research and Technology established. 

1965 Division of Regional Medical Programs created to administer the "Heart Disease, Cancer, 
and Stroke Amendments of 1965." 

1966 Division of Environmental Health Sciences established. 

1967 National Institute of Mental Health becomes separate bureau of PHS. 

1968 John E. Fogarty International Center for Advanced Study in the Health Sciences estab- 
lished. 



57 

PHS reorganized under Assistant Secretary for Health & Scientific Affairs, DHEW. Bureau 
of Health Manpower, formed in PHS the previous year, and National Library of Medicine 
become constituents of NIH. Regional Medical Programs transferred to new Health Services 
& Mental Health Administration, PHS. 

Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications established at NLM. National 
Eye Institute authorized and established. NINDB becomes National Institute of Neurological 
Diseases & Stroke. 

BHM becomes Bureau of Health Professions Education & Manpower Training and acquires 
the functions of DRFR. DEHS becomes National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. 

National Heart Institute renamed National Heart & Lung Institute. 



58 

GLOSSARY OF ABBREVIATIONS 

AEC - . Atomic Energy Commission 

BEMT Bureau of Health Professions Education & Manpower Training 

CC Clinical Center 

DAHM Division of Allied Health Manpower 

DBS Division of Biologies Standards 

DCRT Division of Computer Research & Technology 

DDH Division of Dental Health 

DEHS Division of Environmental Health Sciences 

DERF Division of Educational & Research Facilities 

DGMS Division of General Medical Sciences 

DHEW Department of Health, Education, & Welfare 

DHMES Division of Health Manpower Educational Services 



59 
DN Division of Nursing 

DPIVI Division of Physician IVlanpower 

DRFR Division of Research Facilities & Resources 

DRG Division of Research Grants 

DRMP Division of Regional Medical Programs 

DRR Division of Research Resources 

DRS Division of Research Services 

EHS • Environmental Health Service 

FDA ....o Food & Drug Administration 

FIC John E. Fogarty International Center for Advanced Study 

in the Health Sciences 

GR&S General Research & Services 

GRS General Research Support 

HSMHA Health Services & Mental Health Administration 



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ICMRT International Center for Medical Research & Training 

l/D Institutes & Researcl) Divisions 

NASA National Aeronautics & Space Administration 

NCI National Cancer Institute 

NEI National Eye Institute 

NHI National Heart Institute 

NHLI National Heart & Lung Institute 

NIAID National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Diseases 

NIAMD National Institute of Arthritis StlVIetabolic Diseases 

NtCHD National Institute of Child Health & Human Development 

NIDR National Institute of Dental Research 

NIEHS National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences 

NIGMS National Institute of General Medical Sciences 

NIH National Institutes of Health 



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NIMH National Institute of Mental Health 

NINDB National Institute of Neurological Diseases & Blindness 

NINDS National Institute of Neurological Diseases & Stroke 

NLM r National Library of Medicine 

NSF National Science Foundation 

00 Office of the Director, N I H 

OD- ADMIN, ODA Offices of the Associate Director for Administration 

OIR Office of International Research 

OLA Office of Legislative Analysis 

OR A Office of Resources Analysis 

R&D Research & Development 

SA Statistics & Analysis Branch 

VA Veterans Administration. 



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